From Kangcare Bioindustry
The dental care market size is projected to experience significant growth between 2019 and 2024. Increasing global prevalence of oral diseases such as periodontal disease, dental cavities and caries will drive market growth. According to WHO statistics, approximately 60%-90% of school children and nearly 100% adults suffer from dental cavities. About 15%-20% adults aged between 35 to 44 years are affected by severe periodontal disease.
The global dental market is projected to grow to a value of around $37 billion by 2021. The worldwide market for Dental Fitting is expected to grow at a CAGR of roughly 4.5% over the next five years, will reach $3,420 million in 2023, from $2,630 million in 2017, according to a new study. Increasing geriatric population will serve to be a high-impact rendering factor. Technological advancements will further propel industry growth. Favourable government initiatives pertaining to dental hygiene is another factor propelling market growth.
Ingredients for maintaining dental health
1. Coenzyme Q10
Coenzyme Q10 is a great supplement if gum disease has taken effect and repair is needed. Taking this at any stage of gum disease is a good idea – it can even help the more severe stages of gum disease but early detection is the key to combating this silent disease. Along with gum disease, coenzyme Q10 can help those with dry mouth as well. Like clove oil, coenzyme Q10 is used in many oral health household projects and even some that are designed to help with dry mouth.
2. Hyaluronic acid
In the field of dentistry, hyaluronic acid has shown anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial effects in the treatment of periodontal diseases. Due to its tissue healing properties, it could be used as an adjunct to mechanical therapy in the treatment of periodontitis. Fujioka-Kobayashi and colleagues found that hyaluronic acid can be used to improve periodontal healing in vitro, which may have implications for treating patients.
3. Omega-3 fatty acids
Regular intake of omega-3 supplements is helpful in the treatment of periodontal disease and other gum diseases. Its anti-inflammatory effects effectively reduce the chances of gum inflammation, weak gum and teeth.
4. Vitamin A
Though it’s often just associated with carrots and good eyesight, vitamin A is essential for keeping your mouth’s saliva supply flowing. It helps to maintain healthy mucous membranes that coat your gums and cheeks, making them less susceptible to disease. It also promotes saliva production, which is crucial for cleaning away destructive bacteria and food particles from between teeth and gums.
Folic Acid, or folate, helps to prevent gum disease. Several studies have shown that folic acid can reduce inflammation in the gums and make them more resilient to dental plaque and anaerobic bacteria, two of the leading causes in gum disease, tooth decay, and bad breath.
6. Vitamin C
Vitamin C is a building block for collagen, which helps keep your teeth attached to your gums. A study in the Journal of Periodontology found that men and women who consumed less than 60mg of vitamin C daily were 150% more likely to have gum disease than people who took in at least 180mg.
7. Vitamin D
Vitamin D and periodontal disease are becoming inextricably linked. Periodontal disease, which incidentally is also a symptom of H Pylori Infection, is a weakening of the bone that anchors the teeth. It leads to redness, bleeding and inflammation of the gums (gingivitis) and may eventually lead to tooth loss if left untreated.
8. Green tea extract
The catechins in green tea may inhibit the growth of bacteria and some viruses. This can lower the risk of infections and lead to improvements in dental health, a lower risk of caries and reduced bad breath.
The health benefits of collagen apply to teeth too. Collagen is the major structural component of teeth and the connection between teeth and gums. Collagen loss with age can cause increased tooth sensitivity and decreased tooth strength.
Calcium has always been linked to good bone health but did you know it is great for teeth and oral health as well. Actually being great for bones is exactly why it is so great for our mouths. The bones in our mouth are especially crucial and teeth themselves are actually made of calcium and a deficiency in calcium can result in brittle bones and teeth.
Some of the major global dental industry players are 3M, Biomet, Biomet 3i LLC, BioHorizons, Inc., Sybron Dental Specialties, Thommen Medical, Zimmer Holdings, and Zimmer Dental, Kangcare Bioindustry, as a famous bioactive ingredients supplier, provides high quality vitamins, Coenzyme Q10, Omega-3 fatty acids with comprehensive specifications and unique advantages, to supplements manufacturers, which would contribute a lot to global dental health market.