Bioceramics Market (By Material: Zirconium, Aluminum Oxide, Calcium Phosphate, Calcium Sulfate, Carbon and Glass; By Type: Bioactive Bioinert and Bioresorbable; By Application: Dental Implants, Surgical Instruments, Bone Implants and Diagnostic Instruments; By Geography: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and RoW) Global Scenario Market Size, Outlook, Trend and Forecast, 2016 – 2025

Published by MRO | On Aug-2018 | Pages : 107 | Report ID : 951178

Bioceramics are referred to as ceramics materials specially developed for use as medical and dental implants. They are exclusively used to repair and reconstruction of damaged or diseased parts of the musculo-skeletal system. Ceramics are refractory poly-crystalline compounds and are in-organic, hard & brittle, highly inert, have high compressive strength, ar-e good electric and thermal insulators, and have good delicate appearance. Alumina zirconia and a type of calcium phosphate called as hydroxyapatite are the common bioceramics used. 

Market Dynamics:

The global bioceramics market is mainly driven by factors such as rising geriatric population coupled with increasing occurrences of osteoarthritis, growing healthcare industry in emerging economies and surge in number of implant surgeries and knee & hip joint replacement. However, stringent clinical & regulatory process for use of bioceramics may hamper the growth of the market. Moreover, growth in nanotechnology in bioceramics is expected to create several growth prospects in the forecast period.

The report includes the analysis of the bioceramics market is converging on various growth drivers, prospects and restraints, and based on the regional analysis. The report covers competitive developments such as new product launches and developments, mergers, long-term contracts, joint ventures, and research & development activities in the bioceramics market, in addition to other business and corporate strategies adopted by the key market players.

Segment Overview

Material, type, application and geography are the segments considered in the global bioceramics market. On the basis of material the segmentation include zirconium, aluminum oxide, calcium phosphate, calcium sulfate, carbon and glass. Based on type segment the classification is given as bioactive, bioinert and bioresorbable. Dental implants, surgical instruments, bone implants and diagnostic instruments are covered under the application segment. Furthermore, by geography the bifurcation include North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and RoW.

Key benefits offered from the report include

  1. An in-depth analysis of the Bioceramics market, with current and future trends to elucidate the imminent investment pockets
  2. Analysis of Global Bioceramics Market with respect to key segments such as material, type and application
  3. An comprehensive regional analysis of Global Bioceramics Market has been covered in the report
  4. The quantitative analysis of the market from 2016 to 2025 is provided to elaborate the market potential and compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2017 and 2025
  5. Profile of the major players in the Global Bioceramics Market will be provided, which include product & services, key financials, new developments & business strategies

Segments covered in the report

Material Segments

  1. Zirconium
  2. Aluminum Oxide
  3. Calcium Phosphate
  4. Calcium Sulfate
  5. Carbon and Glass

Type Segments

  1. Bioactive
  2. Bioinert
  3. Bioresorbable

Application Segments

  1. Dental Implants
  2. Surgical Instruments
  3. Bone Implants
  4. Diagnostic Instruments

Geographical Segments

  1. North America
    1. U.S.
    2. Canada
    3. Mexico
  2. Europe
    1. UK
    2. Russia
    3. Germany
    4. France
    5. Rest of Europe
  3. Asia-Pacific
    1. India
    2. China
    3. Japan
    4. Rest of Asia-Pacific
  4. RoW
    1. South America
    2. Middle East
    3. Africa

Company Coverage:

Major players operating in the market include CeramTec, CoorsTek Medical LLC, Doceram Medical, Institut Straumann AG, Zimmer Biomet, Nobel Biocare Services AG, Amedica Corporation, DePuy Synthes, H.C. Starck GmbH and CAM Bioceramics B.V., among others.