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Clove Dental eyes 600 clinics in four years

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Dental care chain Clove Dental today said it is looking to take the number total number of its clinics to 150 by year-end and become the largest operational chain in

The Global Dental Services promoted dental chain, which now operates 116 clinics, would continue to add 10-12 clinics every month for the next four years to have 600 clinics, the company said.



The firm has so far made an investment of USD 25 million and plans to invest another USD 25 to 30 million to attain the number of 600 clinics, it added.

Clove Dental Chairman Louis Shakinovsky said: "Within a short period, we have established ourselves as a brand that stands for high-quality dental care. We are committed to bring international standard dental care to every Indian."

Through international standard clinics across India, Clove has introduced standards of hygiene, treatment protocols across all disciplines of dentistry starting from simple fillings to advanced maxillofacial surgery and latest in implantology.

Clove Dental CEO Amarinder Singh said:" The dental care market in is witnessing a healthy growth with Indian customers demanding international standard treatment and care. For the last five years, we have been working towards redefining the oral care market in by introducing customers to the next level of dental care".

According to Ken Research, the dental care services market will register double digit growth rate and reach over Rs 14,700 crore by FY 2020 due to growth in the number of dental chains which would expand the share of organised dental clinics in the country.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Clove Dental eyes 600 clinics in four years

Dental care chain Clove Dental today said it is looking to take the number total number of its clinics to 150 by year-end and become the largest operational chain in India. The Global Dental Services promoted dental chain, which now operates 116 clinics, would continue to add 10-12 clinics every month for the next four years to have 600 clinics, the company said. The firm has so far made an investment of USD 25 million and plans to invest another USD 25 to 30 million to attain the number of 600 clinics, it added. Clove Dental Chairman Louis Shakinovsky said: "Within a short period, we have established ourselves as a brand that stands for high-quality dental care. We are committed to bring international standard dental care to every Indian." Through international standard clinics across India, Clove has introduced standards of hygiene, treatment protocols across all disciplines of dentistry starting from simple fillings to advanced maxillofacial surgery and latest in implantology. ... Dental care chain Clove Dental today said it is looking to take the number total number of its clinics to 150 by year-end and become the largest operational chain in

The Global Dental Services promoted dental chain, which now operates 116 clinics, would continue to add 10-12 clinics every month for the next four years to have 600 clinics, the company said.

The firm has so far made an investment of USD 25 million and plans to invest another USD 25 to 30 million to attain the number of 600 clinics, it added.

Clove Dental Chairman Louis Shakinovsky said: "Within a short period, we have established ourselves as a brand that stands for high-quality dental care. We are committed to bring international standard dental care to every Indian."

Through international standard clinics across India, Clove has introduced standards of hygiene, treatment protocols across all disciplines of dentistry starting from simple fillings to advanced maxillofacial surgery and latest in implantology.

Clove Dental CEO Amarinder Singh said:" The dental care market in is witnessing a healthy growth with Indian customers demanding international standard treatment and care. For the last five years, we have been working towards redefining the oral care market in by introducing customers to the next level of dental care".

According to Ken Research, the dental care services market will register double digit growth rate and reach over Rs 14,700 crore by FY 2020 due to growth in the number of dental chains which would expand the share of organised dental clinics in the country.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Clove Dental eyes 600 clinics in four years

Dental care chain Clove Dental today said it is looking to take the number total number of its clinics to 150 by year-end and become the largest operational chain in

The Global Dental Services promoted dental chain, which now operates 116 clinics, would continue to add 10-12 clinics every month for the next four years to have 600 clinics, the company said.

The firm has so far made an investment of USD 25 million and plans to invest another USD 25 to 30 million to attain the number of 600 clinics, it added.

Clove Dental Chairman Louis Shakinovsky said: "Within a short period, we have established ourselves as a brand that stands for high-quality dental care. We are committed to bring international standard dental care to every Indian."

Through international standard clinics across India, Clove has introduced standards of hygiene, treatment protocols across all disciplines of dentistry starting from simple fillings to advanced maxillofacial surgery and latest in implantology.

Clove Dental CEO Amarinder Singh said:" The dental care market in is witnessing a healthy growth with Indian customers demanding international standard treatment and care. For the last five years, we have been working towards redefining the oral care market in by introducing customers to the next level of dental care".

According to Ken Research, the dental care services market will register double digit growth rate and reach over Rs 14,700 crore by FY 2020 due to growth in the number of dental chains which would expand the share of organised dental clinics in the country.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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