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Forecast on Zirconia

Zirconia is a dental material that has become increasingly popular in recent years. There are several reasons for this, including the fact that it is very strong and durable, as well as being biocompatible. It is white and translucent, which gives it a lifelike appearance that closely resembles natural teeth. It’s resistant to staining, which makes it an excellent choice for use in dental crowns and other dental prosthetics.

Zirconia-based dental materials are chemically inert, meaning they do not cause allergies or reactions in patients. Bacterial build-up in the proximity of zirconia-based materials is found to be comparably lower than that of titanium, as they are hypoallergenic and resist sedimentation of bacteria, according to Grand View Research, Inc.

The global zirconia based dental materials market is expected to reach USD 364.3 million by 2028, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. This growth is being driven by the aging population, as well as the increasing outsourcing of dental work to laboratories that specialize in custom prosthetics. 

Ensure your success by working with a dental lab that is using FDA-approved Zirconia and with technicians who have the ability to facilitate informed clinical decisions and deliver custom prosthetics. It is an excellent material for both crowns and bridges, and its popularity is sure to continue to grow in the years to come–work with our knowledgeable, certified technicians and experience patient satisfaction and practice growth.

Close-up photograph displaying zirconia crown dental restorations, showcasing their detailed structure and texture, set against a clean white background.
Graphic of Gold foil balloons in the numbers 2024, but the zero is a tooth mold. The balloons are up against a sky blue background.
Close-up photograph displaying zirconia crown dental restorations, showcasing their detailed structure and texture, set against a clean white background.