The dental suture market is expected to develop at a promising rate in the future years, as the worldwide market for dentistry continues to rise at a quick pace.
The Dental Suture market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.3% to reach US$ 441.0 Mn in 2028.
Covid-19 Impact & Market Status
Due to strict lockdown in particular areas, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a substantial impact on the biotechnology industry's whole supply chain, resulting in a considerable loss in income. The interrupted supply network had an impact on profit margins as well. The global dental suture market is expected to increase slowly over the projected period because to the COVID-19 pandemic's delayed oral surgical treatments.
The absorbable dental sutures segment is accounted for the highest share
Depending on the kind, the worldwide market has been divided into absorbable and non-absorbable materials. Because of the increasing use of dental sutures in cosmetic dental procedures and treatments, absorbable dental sutures have the biggest market revenue in the type category.
The interrupted simple sutures segment is accounted for the highest share
Depending on the procedure, the industry is classified into mattress sutures, simple sutures, crisscross sutures, and interrupted continuous simple sutures.
The global market for dental sutures was dominated by interrupted simple sutures.
North America expected to have Highest Market Share
Because of the rising frequency of chronic and periodontal illnesses in nations such as the United States and Canada, this area dominates the global market. Periodontal disease is more common in men than it is in women. Furthermore, the healthcare sector in the North American area is rapidly improving as a consequence of the Affordable Care Act's implementation.
Due to the efficiency with which the European oral healthcare system runs, the European area maintains the second-largest market share in the worldwide market for dental sutures. In the European region, the dental healthcare business is experiencing a growth, resulting in additional legislation aimed at improving the services provided by the dental healthcare industry.
The global market for dental sutures is steadily growing due to increasing road accidents, increasing geriatric population and various other factors which cause dental problems.
Dental suture is a fibrous substance that may be used to heal wounds during mouth surgery. Dental sutures help wounds heal by supporting the tissues around the wound and in the surrounding environment. Mouth sutures can be made from synthetic or natural materials. Natural dental sutures are constructed of silk, cotton, plain gut, linen, and chromic gut, whereas synthetic dental sutures are made of polyester, polyglycolic acid, and nylon.
Dental sutures are either absorbable or non-absorbable and must be removed once the lesion has healed. Some of the most often used suturing treatments in dentistry include continuous simple sutures, interrupted simple sutures, crisscross sutures, and mattress sutures.
The dental suture market is predicted to grow to about USD 468.7 million by 2029 at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 6.3 percent during the forecast period 2022-2029.
Dental sutures help reduce flap skipping, discomfort, delayed wound healing, exposed bone, and necrosis by assisting in the precise positioning of surgical flaps. Rising dental research activities around the world have resulted in the creation of safe and effective dental sutures over time. A dental suture should have sterility, biological inactivity, pliability, high tensile strength, non-carcinogenicity, and no irritants, among other qualities.
A growth in the number of dental procedures, increased demand for cosmetic dentistry, expanding dental tourism in emerging markets, rising prevalence of dental issues, and rising disposable income in developing nations are all expected to boost the market.
However, the high cost of dental treatments and the grey market for dental sutures and instruments may limit the market's growth. Also in many countries, there is currently a lack of understanding regarding dental sutures, which is impeding worldwide market growth.
Latest Innovations in the Dental Suture Market: A Snapshot
- Trubarb, a knotless suture device utilised in different medical applications such as oral surgery, was launched in November 2020 by Healthium Medtech, an Indian medical device business. When compared to a standard suture, the device came with barbs and an effective triangular end stopper that eliminated the need for knotting and reduced the issues of looping when compared to other knotless sutures. It was created to save suturing time, reduce morbidity and ischemia necrosis caused by knotting, and simplify surgeons' overall suturing experience.
- Geistlich Biomaterials announced new distribution collaboration with Osteogenics Biomedical in June 2020, expanding its regenerative and complementary product line. By introducing Reinforced PTFE Mesh, RPM to their product portfolio, Geistlich Biomaterials provided a unique answer to the difficult chore of horizontal and vertical ridge augmentation. The novel RPM method combines the advantages of a robust scaffold and a PTFE barrier membrane, while also allowing optimal delivery of the bone graft through periosteum vascularization to obtain vital bone.
Dental Suture Market Scope
|Forecast Unit||Value (USD)|
|Revenue forecast in 2028||USD 468.7 million|
|Growth Rate||CAGR of 6.3% during 2021-2028|
|Segment Covered||Type, Technique, Regions|
|Regions Covered||North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America, Middle East and South Africa|
|Key Players Profiled||Osteogenics Biomedical, Ethicon US LLC, Surgical Specialties Corporation, B. Braun Melsungen AG, Ergon Sutramed Spa, Assut Europe Spa, Hygitech Ltd, Shandong Sinorgmed Co. Ltd.|
Key Segments of the Dental Suture Market
Type Overview, 2022-2029 (USD Billion)
Technique Overview, 2022-2029 (USD Billion)
- Interrupted Suture
- Continuous Suture
- Mattress Suture
- Crisscross Suture
Regional Overview, 2022-2029 (USD Billion)
- Rest of Europe
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Rest of South America
Middle East and South Africa