Global Dental Sleep Medicine Market, By Type (pap therapy, oral and nasal devices, other devices, drugs, airway systems, polysomnography and polygraphy, surgery, oximetry and actigraph) By End User (home, hospitals, sleep laboratories) opportunities and forecast 2020-2027
Long working hours, inactive lifestyles, experience to noise and light pollution such as consuming bright lights can all take the toll on one’s sleep patterns by the impacting their health, general quality of the life and well-being. People suffer from sleep disorders including sleep apnea and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). OSA occurs due to couple of factors including family history of diabetes, asthma, smoking, narrowed airway, hypertension, and excess weight.
The dental sleep medicine is crucial part of the dentistry where the dentists are mainly concentrated to treat sleep-disordered breathing by using oral appliance therapy. The therapy includes use of device which is worn in mouth during sleep. Dental device fits as orthodontic retainer or sports mouth guard and its vital purpose is in keeping airway open particularly during sleep to prevent same from collapsing and blocking normal air flow during breathing.Segment Overview
Respiratory polygraphy and polysomnography remains gold standard sleep medicine diagnostics. However, the market share is being progressively threatened by rise of home based and portable systems due to the ease of use and accuracy and efficiency. The use of innovative software in the product is prime cause of rise in accuracy and efficiency. Though, Oximetry is the faster and portable, but produce less inaccurate and sensitive results.Regional Overview
Europe holds second largest share in market and can be linked to the factors such as outline of advanced products, focus of industry players and growing government support. Asia Pacific region is projected to see fastest growth in dental sleep medicine market owing to the massive patient pool, demand for the latest treatment options and the growing healthcare spending. Middle East and Africa owing to the huge unmet needs is projected to show faster growth for both the high tech and low-tech products during assessment period.
The awaited dental sleep medicine occasion, North American Dental Medicine Symposium of 2019 hosted by the Dental Sleep Solutions held from 15-16th Feb, 2019. The main agenda of the event was bringing together host of dental sleep colleagues in the same roof to learn means to do more, do same better from leaders in the field. Competitor overview
April 2018, the Leading national dentists’ society, American Academy of the Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) announced the comprehensive educational program, the AADSM Mastery Program that will make sure the dentists possess needed training and skills to offer to the patients experiencing sleep-related disorder including OSA and snoring with the proper oral appliance therapy (OAT).
March 2018, the global giant in the healthcare technology, Royal Philips declared launch of its third mask decision, DreamWear Full face that will be better choice for the patients with the sleep apnea who breathe with the mouth. The specialty of the face mask is that it’s been specially built with complete understanding of facial geometries using exclusive design processes and the tools to offer the patients with seal, fit, and comfort which is clinically proven.Key Players
- Philips Healthcare and Teleflex, Inc,
- Invacare Corporation,
- Fisher & Paykel Healthcare,
- Curative Medical Inc.,
- Compumedics Limited,
- CareFusion Corp,
- Cadwell Laboratories Inc.,
- Braebon Medical Corporation,
- GE Healthcare
- BMC Medical Co., Ltd.
By Treatment & Diagnostics
- Positive Airway Pressure (Pap) Therapy
- Oral And Nasal Devices
- Airway Systems
- Other Devices,
- Polysomnography And Polygraphy,
By End User
- Sleep Laboratories
- North America
- Rest of Europe
- South Korea
- Rest of Asia-Pacific
- Saudi Arabia
- Rest of LAMEA