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A visit to the dentist was usually accompanied with visuals of an ugly dental chair, an uncomfortable position, dim lights and a doctor who will cause pain! With this mindset, dentists were not frequented until the dental situation worsened or took course to a larger something. However, in the recent past, the perception of dentistry in the minds of people has changed. But it remains to be seen whether the experts and technology will be successful in handling the ever fickle aspirations of patients…
Technology interacting with disease, dentists interacting with changing patient expectations, business models interacting with new services offerings and demographics interacting with better monetary prospects has lead to a thriving dental aesthetics market in India. This is a good time for the industry, and new service offerings, effective policies, innovative treatments are some of the factors that will shape a positive future for this sector
According to various reports, of every seven Joint Commission International (JCI) accredited hospital in India, one is an eye hospital. This signifies how India is emerging as a global eye care destination. Advances in medicine and ophthalmology are marvelous. Let us take a look at how the field has progressed over a period of time…
Eye care in India has evolved into an era of urgent care integrated with sophisticated check-up devices and operative techniques, and has become much advanced from the conventional treatment regimes. Dedicated eye care clinical chains and speciality hospitals are leveraging the status of eye care in India, both in preventive and surgical care.
Sports medicine offers significant scope in India as sports activities are continuously growing with participation and recognition of non-traditional sport disciplines in the country. The market, which was once limited to developed nations and designated social boundaries, has now emerged from its boundaries of application and consumer base.
India ranks much low in terms of organ donation due to various religious myths and lack of awareness and understanding of the much needed endeavour in the society. Gradually, people have started pledging organ donation after positive campaign by government and private stakeholders; however, the country needs a strict regulatory framework to stop the abuse of this altruistic cause