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Key Companies in Vision Care Market are Alcon (Part of Novartis AG), Essilor, CooperVision, Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc., Bausch Health Companies Inc., GrandVision, Carl Zeiss, Menicon, Luxottica, Other Prominent Players
Pune, India, Nov. 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global vision care market size is expected to reach USD 192.85 billion by 2026, exhibiting a CAGR of 5.6% during the forecast period. Increasing awareness regarding ocular diseases in emerging nations is expected to aid the growth of the market. The increasing adoption of vision care products will boost the vision care market growth in the forthcoming year.
In addition, the growing cases of cataracts to create growth opportunities for the market. For instance, according to the World Health Organization, 51% of the world’s blindness is caused due to cataracts. In addition, the increasing risks of cataract incidence predominantly in developing as well as developed countries will fuel demand for vision care.
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As per the report, published by Fortune Business Insights in a report, titled “Vision Care Market Size, Share & Industry Analysis, By Product Type (Eyewear, Intraocular Lens, and Ocular Health), By Distribution Channel (Retail Store, Online Store, Hospital & Clinics), and Regional Forecast, 2019-2026” the market size stood at USD 125.16 billion in 2018. The report offers dynamic insights on all the prevailing trends and characteristics of the vision care market. It provides an all-encompassing summary and analytical data of all the segments.
Report Scope & Segmentation
2018 to 2026
Forecast Period 2021 to 2028 CAGR
2026 Value Projection
USD 192.85 Billion
Market Size in 2018
USD 125.16 Billion
Historical Data for
2015 to 2017
No. of Pages
Product Types, Distribution Channel and Geography
Increasing Accessibility of Vision Care Products to Boost Market Growth
Increasing Cases of Cataract Will Aid the Growth of the Intraocular Lenses Segment during the Forecast Period
Spectacles Segment to Account for Maximum Share in the Forthcoming Years
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FDA Approval for Pargon’s New Manufacturing Facility to Spur Sales Opportunities
The approval of Paragon Vision Science’s newly-constructed contact lens manufacturing site in suburban Phoenix by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will boost the vision care market trends. For instance, The facility will produce advanced ortho-k products such as Paragon CRT® for use in the United States. The new site is more than double the size of the company’s current plant in nearby Mesa, Arizona.
Furthermore, the launch of TECNIS Synergy IOL by Johnson and Johnson’s vision division will foster the growth of the market. For instance, Johnson and Johnson’s vision division launched TECNIS Synergy IOL, an advanced intraocular lens that provides continuous high-contrast vision correction for patients with cataracts from far through near, even in low-light conditions. In addition, the increasing accessibility of spectacles and sunglasses owing to the affordability in emerging nations will further accelerate the growth of the market
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Favorable Reimburusmnet policies to Stimulate Growth in North America
North America generated a revenue of USD 38.82 billion in 2018 and is expected to remain dominant during the forecast period. Higher adoption of vision care products in the region will further create opportunities for the market. Factors such as increasing awareness of the ocular disease, favorable reimbursement for cataract surgery, and increasing inclination towards eye care products is projected to further escalate the market’s revenue in North America. The market in Latin America is estimated to grow at a steady rate alongside the Middle East and Africa. The unmet need for vision care in Latin America is estimated to be one of the prime reasons for spurring the growth in the region
Increasing Cases of Cataract to Promote Healthy Growth
The increasing incidence of cataracts around the world will subsequently aid the growth of the market in the forthcoming period. According to the Global Burden of Diseases Study, 2010 cataract caused worldwide 33.4% of all blindness in 2010 and around 10.8 million people were blind and 35.1 million were visually impaired due to cataract. With the growing risk of cataracts, the demand for vision is increasing, which therefore supports market growth. The growing population of individuals suffering from ocular diseases is expected to be one of the key reasons for driving the market.
Some of the Major Companies in the Global Vision Care Market:
Alcon (Part of Novartis AG)
Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc.
Bausch Health Companies Inc.
Other Prominent Players
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Table of Content from Vision Care Market:
Definitions and Assumptions
Introduction of New Products / Approvals (by Major Players)
Epidemiology of Ocular Disease – For Key Countries, 2018
Key Industry Developments – Mergers, Acquisitions, and Partnerships, 2018
Snapshot: U.S Reading Glasses Market, 2018
Key Trends in Vision Care Market
Key Pipeline Products
Global Vision Care Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast, 2015-2026
Key Findings / Summary
Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast – By Product Type
Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast – By Distribution Channel
Hospitals and Clinics
Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast – By Region
Middle East & Africa
North America Vision Care Market Analysis, Insights and Forecast, 2015-2026
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