Oral X-Ray Machines Market: Global Industry Analysis and Forecast to 2020

Medical imaging is a process of creation of high quality of image for the diagnosis of various diseases. Medical imaging technologies assist by medical specialists and practitioners in the diagnostics of diseases by providing actual and visual picture of the structure and function of organs. Various techniques available for medical imaging include x-ray, computed radiography (CR), computed tomography (CT), ultrasound, MRI, endoscopy, positron emission tomography (PET) and single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT). X ray technology includes analog and digital x-ray. Oral x-ray machines refer to the x-ray machines that are used for medical imaging via buccal cavity. Oral x-ray machines have applications in various end users such as hospitals, freestanding clinics, equipment leasing companies and others. An x-ray is a form of electromagnetic ionizing radiation which is produced using x-ray machines. It is one of the best diagnostic imaging techniques with the help of which high-resolution images detailing the internal structures of a human body, particularly highlighting the bones are obtained. X-ray facilitates in early diagnosis of a disease or serious medical injury. Their extremely short wavelength properties give them the viability to penetrate materials that reflect or absorb ordinary light. Rise in imaging population and patients with chronic diseases are the two major drivers of the x-ray market growth. Oral x-ray machines involve radiographic technique for imaging. Various applications for oral x-ray machines include diagnostic applications, therapeutic applications, cosmetic applications and forensic applications.

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North America, followed by Europe, has the largest market for oral x-ray machines. This is due to increasing prevalence of buccal cavity problems and technical advancements in the region. In addition, growing prevalence of...