Global Gum Grafting Market Research Report By Applications (root coverage, ridge augmentation, augmentation around implants)By Users (Periodontitis, Dentists)By types (Connective-tissue, Free gingival grafts, Pedicle grafts, AlloDerm) - Forecast to 2024
Pune, India -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/27/2017 -- The Gum Grafting Market report gives the clear picture of current market scenario which includes historical and projected market size in terms of value and volume, technological advancement, macro economical and governing factors in the market. The Global Gum Grafting Market report analyzes the market By Applications (root coverage, ridge augmentation, augmentation around implants) By Users (Periodontitis, Dentists) By types (Connective-tissue, Free gingival grafts, Pedicle grafts, AlloDerm) - Forecast to 2024.
Gum grafting which is also known as gingival graft or periodontal plastic surgery is a generic name for periodontal surgical procedures in which gum tissues are grafted. The point might be to cover uncovered root surfaces or only to expand the band of keratinized tissue. The soft tissue in the oral cavity is bifurcated as either keratinized or non-keratinized based on the keratin in the epithelium. In health, the soft tissue quickly around the teeth is highly keratinized and is referred as gingival or keratinized tissue.
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Market Key Driver: Gum grafting has grown rapidly this is because, in addition to stopping the process of gum recession and bone loss, gum grafts can reduce tooth sensitivity (especially to hot and cold foods) and protect the roots of your teeth from root decay. Gum grafts also result in a more even gum line, giving patients the benefit of smiling and speaking without self-consciousness over the appearance of your teeth. This quality has influenced or encouraged most patients to use gum grafting.
Gum Grafting Market Applications: The major application areas for gum grafting which is also known as gingival graft are Dental and medical. However gum grafting can also be used in other application like, including treatment for soft tissue alveolar ridge defects involving loss of buccal control and also in soft tissue deficiency associated in implants, root coverage, soft tissue ridge augmentation, and soft tissue augmentation around implants. Gum graft may be taken from another site in your mouth, usually from the palate, or a graft may be sourced from a human tissue bank.
Loss of bone and keratinized tissue around the neck of a tooth is alluded to as gingival subsidence. The consequence of gingival retreat is complex the frequently unaesthetic root surface may get exposed and because of this, root sensitivity may be manifested. Gingival grafting may be utilized for both.
Gum Grafting Market Segmentation:
Three different types of gum tissue grafts are typically performed.
Connective-tissue grafts: This is the most common method used to treat root exposure.
Free gingival grafts: Similar to a connective-tissue graft, free gingival grafts involve the use of tissue from the roof of the mouth.
Pedicle grafts: In this procedure, instead of taking tissue from the palate, it is grafted from gum around or near the tooth needing repair.
lateral pedicle graft or pedicle graft
AlloDerm regenerative tissue matrix: This is also known as ADM acellular dermal matrix for soft tissue applications.
Through the advent of micro-surgical procedures these procedures have become more predictable and comfortable for the patients. Gum grafts are usually performed by periodontitis who are trained in these procedures and also used by dentists.
North America (US)
The US market is one of the leading markets for gum grafting which is followed by Canada. As per the study of American Academy of Periodontology, one out of every two American adults aged 30 and over has periodontal disease, according to recent findings from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As per Journal of Dental Research prevalence of periodontitis in Adults in the United States 2009 and 2010 estimates that 47.2 percent, or 64.7 million American adults, have mild, moderate or severe periodontitis, the more advanced form of periodontal disease. In adults 65 and older, prevalence rates increase to 70.1 percent.
Periodontal disease is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the gum tissue and bone supporting the teeth, according to the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP). If left untreated, periodontal disease can lead to tooth loss. Hence with the growth of periodontal disease the use of Gum grafting in North America (US, Canada) will face huge demand and will be an established market.
The European market for gum grafting is market which is in the growth stage. This is because the fear which patients have of dental surgeries is gradually decreasing and with this more people are encouraged to face dental surgeries or dental operations. With the fear decreasing and people being encouraged for dental surgeries the market for gum grafting in Europe will face high growth rate and will soon be a well-established and growing market.
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