The endodontics market would make considerable revenue gains by 2027 fueled by rising geriatric population, increasing demand for dental treatments, rising prevalence of tooth diseases, and ongoing consolidation of healthcare infrastructure.

As per report by the American College of prosthodontics, up to 36 million American have no teeth, while approximately 120 million individuals across the U.S are missing one tooth at least. These numbers are further projected to go up in the coming decades.

Endodontics, a branch of dentistry that concerns dental pulp and the tissues surrounding the tooth roots, has been witnessing its share in the field of dentistry expand steadily. Dental disorders that warrant treatments such as root canal or an endodontic treatment, have been increasing at a steady pace. Consequently, for these type of treatments, the demand for endodontists, dentists that specialize in saving teeth, is increasing immensely.

The overall endodontics market is segmented into type, end-use and regional landscape.

Based on type, the market is divided into instruments and consumables. Among these, the instruments segment accounted for more than $39.2% of the industry size in 2020. Endodontic procedures treat individuals that are facing issues at the roots of their teeth. These procedures generally require an extensive range of instruments that are specifically designed for each step of the dental procedure.

These dental instruments are designed to make root canals more efficient and comfortable for both the patient and the clinician. For instance, endodontic burs are utilized for gaining access to the canals before an explorer could be used to review them, and endodontic irrigation instruments can be used to clean canals during procedure.

Meanwhile, condensers and spreaders are utilized to fill the canals at the end of the dental procedure. Other types of endodontic instruments include organizational instruments like endodontic file organizers and endodontic instrument blocks as well as microsurgical mirrors for getting a much better view of the small spaces being treated.

In terms of end-use, the market for endodontics is categorized into dental hospitals, dental clinics and others. Dental hospital segment is likely to reach a market revenue of more than $350.0 million by the end of 2027.

On the geographical front, endodontics market in Latin America accounted for a market share of 5.6% in 2020.

The Middle East & Africa region is anticipated to showcase lucrative growth of 2.7% during the analysis period. the region’s consolidating advanced healthcare infrastructure, rising use of high-quality dental materials and solutions, and escalating demand for root canals, are the factors that will aid regional market growth.