Laser products are expected to experience the fastest CAGR given the huge technological developments and growing public awareness about technologies such as laser scar removal machines. The scar removal treatment market is predicted to attain a valuation of USD 15 Billion by the close of 2022. This is a huge jump from a valuation of USD 6.27 Billion in 2017. The market not only covers cosmetic laser treatments but topical gels, silicone sheets, and creams. One of the best technologies designed to treat acne is the Q-Switched MedLite C6 laser which works wonderfully in eliminating scar tissue.
The Global Market
The year 2018 saw North America leading the global industry, a trend that is projected to endure into the foreseeable future. Following closely behind are European countries such as Germany, UK, Spain, Italy, France, and Russia. After Europe, you have Latin American countries, those from the Asia Pacific, and then the Middle East and Africa. Some of the major players in the manufacture of the latest laser scar removal machines include Lumenis, Scarheal, Inc.; CCA Industries, Inc.; Merz, Inc.; Enaltus LLC; NewMedical Technology, Inc; Smith & Nephew plc; Sonoma Pharmaceuticals, Inc; Molnlycke Health Care; and Cynosure, Inc. In terms of revenue from laser scar removal machines, the biggest winners are CO2 lasers, Pulsed-Dye lasers, followed by other types. The entry of picosecond systems and other technological developments have made it possible for hospitals and clinics to offer highly-effective, fast, and comfortable treatments that are free from side-effects
The biggest users of laser scar removal machines are hospitals followed by clinics that are in the field of dermatology. There are a lot of established players as well as small ones that are hungry for growth. Another factor driving the consumption of laser scar removal technologies is the rising prevalence of skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, vitiligo, and photoaging owing to exposure to rising levels of ultraviolet radiation and pollution. Road accidents and burns also add significantly to the number of people seeking laser scar removal treatments. Scars may result from burn injuries and other traumatic conditions including surgery. There are different types of scars including:
- Atrophic scars
- Hypertrophic and Keloid scars
- Contracture scars
Out of the patients that receive cosmetic laser scar removal treatments at different hospitals and clinics, atrophic scars grab the lion’s share as they are estimated to affect approx 80 percent of the adolescent population and many people are quite aware of this type of scar.
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