Dental laser market in North America to reach $90.7M by 2019, says report

The North American dental lasers market, which was valued at $58.4 million in 2014, is estimated to reach $90.7 million by 2019, according to a report by market research firm MicroMarket Monitor (Fort Worth, TX). This market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.2% from 2014 to 2019.

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Dental lasers have several advantages over the traditional dental drill. They can be used in surgical and diagnostic procedures, thus reducing the time of treatment. The devices are used for the treatment of gum diseases and to preserve teeth that may have been lost with standard disease treatment. They regenerate bone and ligament tissue, eliminate gum bleeding, seal periodontal pockets, and eliminate gum cutting and other surgery discomforts.

This market is segmented and forecast on the basis of type, end user, and geography of the of North American dental lasers market. Also included in the report are market share, value chain analyses, and market metrics such as drivers, restraints, and upcoming opportunities in the market. In addition, it presents a competitive landscape and company profiles of key players in the market.

For more information, please visit www.micromarketmonitor.com.

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