CarieScan chases emerging market opportunities with India, China deals
This article was originally published in Clinica
CarieScan is ramping up worldwide commercialisation of its flagship product, the CarieScan PRO tooth decay monitoring system, by striking a distribution deal for the Indian market with Analytical and Medical Technologies. Mumbai-based AMT, which will be exclusive distributor for the region, is said to have contacts with the 270 dental colleges in the country. India is expected to see a further 27,000 new dentists qualified in the coming years, putting it on par with the number of dentists currently practising in the UK, according to Dundee, Scotland-based CarieScan.
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