The growing number of people who are blind or partially blind is driving the global artificial eye market. The global artificial eye market is being driven by an increase in the number of people who are blind or partially blind, as well as an aging population. The market is also growing due to the rising prevalence of diseases that affect vision, technological advancements, and the prevalence of diseases such as diabetes. The market’s development has been slowed by the high cost of care and the availability of low-cost alternatives. Over the forecast period, the artificial eye market growth will be driven by rising cases of ophthalmic defects and injuries. The market for artificial eyes is expected to rise as technology advances.
Furthermore, there are a variety of insurance plans that make surgery accessible to a wide range of people. To ease the financial strain, the United States and several other countries have compensation coverage for medical care through different insurance schemes. Government campaigns to help patients all over the world facilitate reimbursement programs. As a result, demand for artificial eyes will rise over the forecast period. Furthermore, rising medical tourism for low-cost artificial eye implantation procedures and technological advancements in artificial eye advancement are major factors driving market growth. However, the high cost of artificial eyes, as well as the high cost of implantation procedures related to artificial eyes, could stifle industry development.
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Advanced Artificial Eye (US), The National Artificial Eye Services (NHS) (UK), Marie Allen Ocularist Ltd (Canada), COS-MEDIC PTY LTD (Australia), Retina Implant AG (Germany), Second Sight (US), Pixium Vision (France), Ericksons Custom Made Artificial Eye (Canada), International Prosthetic Eye Center (India) are among the major market players. The global artificial eye market is fragmented, with many small players competing for market share with a few large players. Partnerships, mergers, acquisitions, and the introduction of new products are some of the major strategic steps taken by market leaders to broaden their company product range.
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- based on Type, Non-integrated implants, Integrated implants. Integrated implants are further segmented into hydroxyapatite, porous polyethylene, bioceramic, conical orbital implant and other.
- Based on Technology, they are segmented into electronic and mechanical and
- based on End user, the market is segmented into hospitals, ophthalmology clinics and others.
On regional basis, global artificial eye market is segmented into four major regions namely Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific and Middle East and Africa.
Because of its large geriatric population and growing number of people suffering from vision impairment, America leads the global artificial eye industry. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, more than a quarter of the population in the United States has a minor or major visual complication, and this figure is steadily increasing due to the growing diabetic population. Because of increased product innovation, increased presence of leading players, increased favorable reimbursement policies, and high acceptance of artificial eye surgeries in this area, North America dominates the artificial eye market. Due to the presence of qualified professionals, highly developed healthcare infrastructure, technological advances, and the presence of large market players in the region, the United States dominates the global artificial eye market. In addition, the country’s large healthcare expenditures would drive business growth.
Because of increased construction activities, increased healthcare spending per person, and government support in this area, Europe has the second largest artificial eye market in terms of growth. The European artificial eye market will continue to be driven by rising demand for custom-made ocular prostheses and the the prevalence of ophthalmic diseases.
The artificial eye market in Asia Pacific is rising at the fastest pace. Because of their well-developed healthcare sectors and high health-care spending, Japan and Australia are the leading contributors to the industry. Because of technological advances, the disposable incomes, and the innovations in the healthcare system, Japan is expected to see substantial growth in the artificial eye market during the study era. Artificial eye demand will be boosted by the factors listed above.
Owing to a lack of medical services and weak economic and political conditions, the Middle East and Africa has the smallest market share. The artificial eye market in the Middle East and Africa is dominated by Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Kuwait.