The Brazil bone graft and substitutes market was valued at USD 107.11 million in 2021 and it is predicted to surpass around USD 162.36 million by 2030 with a CAGR of 4.73% from 2022 to 2030.
Allografts and synthetic materials are included in the material type segment. Allografts are further classified as demineralized bone matrix and others. Synthetic materials are subdivided into bone morphogenetic proteins (BMP), polymers, composites, and ceramics. In 2021, the synthetic segment held the largest revenue market share in Brazil, primarily owing to the advantages of synthetics over allografts. For instance, synthetic bone grafts can enable repairs over a larger area of bone since it is more readily available.
Due to its widespread acceptability among dentists in Brazil, dental application is expected to dominate others. Off-label sales are still a strong trend in the country; off-label products draw in a large customer base by promising high quality at a significantly lower price than branded variants
Furthermore, increasing obesity rates among Brazilians because of population aging and rising incidences of orthopedic disorders, including spinal fusions, are factors boosting the market growth. For instance, according to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), 17.4% of people in Brazil will likely be aged 65 & above by 2040, an increase from the current 9.2%. Brazil's elderly population is projected to reach 25.5% of the total population by 2060, thereby increasing the prevalence of chronic orthopedic illnesses.
Due to the pricing competitiveness that local manufacturers confront, overseas players are subject to intense competition. Moreover, companies like Johnson & Johnson and Medtronic are able to maintain a competitive market position owing to the continued availability of DBM products and the customers' brand loyalty.
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Material Type Insights
Allografts and synthetic bone substitutes are the two broad categories based on the material type segment. Allografts are further subdivided into the demineralized bone matrix and others. Ceramics, composites, polymers, and bone morphogenetic proteins are examples of synthetic bone grafts. In surgery, the usage of bone replacements is growing. Allografts, or banked bone, are osteoconductive and mildly osteoinductive. This sub-segment still faces challenges in pricing, donor availability, and residual infections. Bone grafting is the second most common tissue transplant, immediately after a blood transfusion.
Moreover, synthetic material types account for more than 54% of the revenue market share in 2021, with the expansion of this segment being aided by rising demand for ceramic material types. For instance, according to the responses of the study published by Acta Odontológica Latinoamericana in December 2020, it was found that ceramic compositions were the most frequently recommended, followed by composite compositions.
On the basis of application, dental is anticipated to dominate the market during the forecast period, with a maximum share of over 31.05% in 2021. T+his is attributed to dentists' increasing adoption of ceramics and other synthetic materials. Furthermore, the ceramic-based synthetic materials segment, which is anticipated to grow at the fastest CAGR of 5.02% throughout the forecast period, supports the dental application segment.
The majority of the market's space is controlled by the smaller rivals, many of which are Brazilian. Alongside the expansion of the manufacturing industry, new competitors are acquiring market share by offering competitive prices. The two exceptions to this trend, Geistlich and Straumann Group, are high-end, international businesses. As a result of the dentists' early exposure to their products during the training process, they have been able to maintain a strong presence through R&D and brand placement.