Europe Digital Dental X-ray Market Research Report – Segmented By Technology, Method, Application, End User and Country (United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Russia, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Netherlands and Rest of Europe) - Industry Forecast (2024 to 2029)

Updated On: January, 2024
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Europe Digital Dental X-ray Market Size (2023 to 2028)

The size of the Digital Dental X-ray Market in Europe is estimated to be worth USD 0.64 billion in 2023 and estimated to grow at a CAGR of 10.2%, to reach USD 1.04 billion by 2028. The Europe Digital Dental X-ray market is developing at a rapid pace.

The rising incidence of dental diseases, growing awareness of dental conditions, and the implementation of dental awareness programs contribute to the growth of the European dental x-ray market. Furthermore, the increasing number of product releases and demand for advanced dental imaging technologies present market players with lucrative growth prospects. The prevalence of dental and oral illnesses such as tooth loss, root canals, dry mouth, cavities, and biting difficulty has increased across Europe. Furthermore, increased incidence of diseases requiring X-ray diagnoses, such as orthopedic diseases, cancers, and others, technological advancements and growing applications of these devices, and advantages of digital X-ray over conventional X-ray further accelerate the market's growth.

One of the other most important elements driving the demand for digital X-rays is the superior image quality it gives when compared to traditional X-ray machines, and it does so in just a few minutes. A single image examination on a traditional X-ray machine takes at least 15 minutes. Another factor supporting the rise of dental digital X-rays is the desire for high-quality dental care devices. Aside from this, private players are increasingly investing in this industry. To increase market share, companies are offering low-cost dental X-ray systems. Furthermore, rising demand for cosmetic dentistry, an increase in dental disorders, a growing geriatric population, rising adoption of CBCT systems, and rising adoption of CBCT (cone-beam computed tomography) systems provide more market opportunities for dental digital x-ray manufacturers in the coming years in the European region. With an increase in frequency among adolescents and adults, periodontal diseases are considered a public health issue. Poor oral hygiene, diabetes, stress, and smoking are all risk factors connected with this condition. As a result, the market expansion is likely to be fueled by an increase in the number of cases of oral diseases.

Lack of awareness among the European population about dental care could be a significant hurdle to the market's expansion. Furthermore, the high costs and lack of reimbursement rules for dental care can deter purchasing digital X-ray devices. The key issue for the Digital X-rays market is growing technology, which rapidly changes and necessitates improvements and upgrades within decades or even fewer. After a few years of deployment, the technologies may not be compatible enough. The latest technology may require more significant upfront expenses and investments. The overall expansion of the Digital X-rays market is also hampered by the maintenance and installation of security systems to avoid data breaches.

This research report on the European digital dental x-ray market has been segmented and sub-segmented into the following categories:

By Product:

  • X-ray
  • BCT
  • Intraoral Camera
  • Optical Imaging

By Method:

  • Extraoral
  • Intraoral

By Application:

  • Diagnostic
  • Therapeutic
  • Cosmetic
  • Forensic

By End-user:

  • Dental Clinic
  • Dental Labs

By Country:

  • United Kingdom
  • France
  • Spain
  • Germany
  • Italy
  • Russia
  • Sweden
  • Denmark
  • Switzerland
  • Netherlands
  • Rest of Europe

Geographically, Europe accounted for a significant portion of the global market in 2022, owing to the region's expanding senior population. Because the older population is more susceptible to oral diseases, this demographic has a significant need for dental imaging. In Europe, oral disorders are also common among young people, fuelling demand for the devices. In all but 12 European nations, CVD is the leading cause of mortality in men, and in all but two countries, it is the leading cause of death in women. In addition, obesity is prevalent in adults and children across Europe, raising the risk of cardiovascular disease. Because cancer treatment to the head and neck can increase the risk of tooth decay, there is a growing demand for dental X-rays to assist diagnose and preventing oral problems at an early stage. In line with this, individuals' increased emphasis on dental care is also contributing to market growth.


Companies playing a notable role in the European digital dental x-ray market profiled in this report are Danaher Corporation (U.S.), Carestream Health Inc. (Canada), Sirona Denal Systems, Inc. (U.S.), Planmeca Oy (Finland), Dentsply International, Inc. (U.S.) Midmark Corporation (U.S.), LED Medical Diagnostic, Inc. (U.S.), Vatech Co. Ltd. (Republic of Korea), The Yoshida Dental Mfg. Co., Ltd. (Japan) and Flow Dental Corporation (U.S.).

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