Autologous Fat Grafting Market Global Segments, Top Key Players, Size and Recent Trends by Forecast to 2029
October 22, 2019 by Amanpreet
The study opines that increasing traction of autologous fat grafting as a promising method for breast augmentation, continues to expand the bandwidth of opportunities for the stakeholders in the development of products and accessories. Gains from autologous fat grafting used for breast augmentation will account for ~50% market shares in 2019.
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Autologous fat grafting is emerging as a promising and safer alternative to breast augmentation procedures. Key players in the market are leveraging mergers and acquisitions based strategies to gain a strong hold in the market. For instance, in June 2019, Innova Medical partnered with Medical Device Resource Corporation to present their plastic and cosmetic surgery customers with holistic and diverse autologous fat grafting product options.
Sensing varied requirements of autologous fat grafting procedure, a range of products have been developed and introduced to the market, which range from accessories and integrated fat transfer systems, to fat processing systems. Demand for accessories continue to grow at a relatively faster rate, with sales estimated to account for ~60% shares in 2019 and the foreseeable future. Fat harvesting cannulas will remain the top-selling accessory of autologous fat grafting, with sales estimated to record ~20% Y-o-Y in 2019 over 2018.
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According to the study, North America will remain the leading market for autologous fat grafting, accounting for ~40% share in 2019. Favorable reimbursement policies apropos of the dermatology procedures and aesthetic medicine continue to augur well for growth of the autologous fat grafting market in North America. Promising areas of research in the autologous fat grafting have come to the fore, with targeted experiments on tissue engineering constructs, ASC culture and expansion, converging with the clinical reconstructive processes.
Growing adoption of integrated fat transfer systems to remove local deposits of excess fat via minimal incision, and for transferring the tissue back to the patient, have significantly driven the demand for integrated fat transfer systems. Additionally, there has been a notable rise in the use of liposuction systems in autologous fat grafting, owing to their ability to effectively reduce surgeon fatigue, while offering a safer and more precise solution that results in faster recovery for patients.
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