The global craniomaxillofacial-implants market is expected to witness significant growth in the near future, thanks to growing investment in research related to 3D printing, skin tissue regeneration, and AI automation. Moreover, the rise in urbanization, heavy traffic, and expansion of automobiles in growing regions are expected to boost growth of the craniomaxilloofracial implants market.
Today, many artifical organs including hearts, and kidneys are in process of being manufactured. The growing awareness about these technologies and immense potential of growth for rehabilitating victims of burns, injuries, and skin degenrations are expected to aid growth of the global craniomaxillofacial-implants market.
Additionally, modules for beautification of skin are also expected to aid growth of the market as worsening environmental conditions and cosmetic products have led to adverse skin side-effects for many.
Johnson & Johnson Signals New in-Roads in the Craniomaxillofacial-Implants Market
Johnson & Johnson has acquired an emerging company in the interbody spine implants market. The company, Emerging Implant Technologies GmbH (EIT) manufactures the 3D-printed titanium interbody implants for spinal fusion surgery. This move promises signals from one of the largest global medical device manufacturer to acquire new expertise and strategic advantage in 3D printing in the near future.
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Hospitals set for a New Challenging Role
As 3D printing goes on floor with robust new benefits for the industry, positions of key players in the medical sector is also changing. For example, the growth of 3D printing and establishment of large medical hospital chains has enabled the union of in-house 3D additive manufacturing.
Hospitals regularly require various products from the Craniomaxillofacial-implants market. According to new research, hospitals are undertaking these operations in the US, thanks to the advent of metal based additive manufacturing and for providing better service to patients. In-house 3D printing makes room for taking into account individual preferences like color, features, sizes, etc.
Additionally, during emergencies like dealing with a patient who has suffered in a road accident, 3D printing promises many new growth channels in the craniomaxillofacial-implants market.