Innovation To Prove To Be A Blockbuster In Disposable Oral Care Devices Market
Posted by Merin John on June 24th, 2021
An upsurge in the number of hospital-acquired diseases such as pneumonia and other oral infections has created a growth opportunity for manufacturers of disposable oral care devices. The global disposable oral care products market is set to surpass a valuation of US$ 4 Bn by 2029, as suggested by a new Persistence Market Research (PMR) study.
Increasing demand in East and South Asia, in addition to rising applications in hospitals will primarily drive the sales of disposable oral care products, which are gradually replacing conventional reusable oral care devices. This replacement potential of these devices is attributed to effectiveness in reducing hospital-acquired infections.
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Key Takeaways from the Detailed Disposable Oral Products Market Study
“Factors such as disposable products replacing reusable products, emergence of online sales platforms for medical supplies, and increasing demand for disposable oral care products in intensive care units, are some of the key driving factors for the manufacturers in the disposable oral care devices market,” says the PMR Analyst.
Disposable Oral Devices Market: Competition Overview
The leading and emerging players in the disposable oral care devices market are focusing on acquisition and partnerships with the smaller players and suppliers for expanding their market presence, both economically and geographically. The strategy is prevalent among both the leaders and emerging players.
Dental Technologies, an emerging player, collaborated with Just Kids Dental to provide preventive healthcare services for high-risk children in Northeastern Minnesota and Northwestern Wisconsin.
More Valuable Insights on Disposable Oral Care Devices Market
Persistence Market Research offers a unique perspective and actionable insights on disposable oral care devices in its latest study, presenting historical demand assessment from 2014 – 2018 and projections from 2019 – 2029 on basis of product type (oral care kits, ventilator kits, oral swabs, suction swab kits, suction catheter), and end-users (hospitals, nursing homes, specialty clinics, others), across seven major regions.
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