Dental Bridge from South Korea enters into Indian market with the launch of DoctorBridge platform

Dbridge India, a subsidiary of South Korea’s Dental Bridge Co, has launched their platform ‘Doctorbridge’ to link medical device manufacturers with end-users, especially doctors. Their strategy involves establishing a robust online ecosystem and prioritising continuous clinical education, fostering knowledge exchange among doctors on a global scale.

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India, with a growing market expected to reach US$2.67bil by 2028, is experiencing a surge in demand for facial aesthetics procedures. This is driven by factors like increased disposable income, impact of social media, and a growing interest in anti-aging solutions.

Dental Bridge is a company in the Korean facial aesthetics market, and their subsidiary Dbridge India is bringing the latest trends and techniques for those aspiring to achieve the coveted “Korean Glass Skin” look.

DBridge has started their foray in the market by launching ‘DoctorBridge – a platform for dentists and doctors, at the World Dental Show (WDS) in Mumbai and the Annual Conference of the Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons of India (AOMSI) at Delhi in November 2023. It has already secured numerous Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) with doctors in India for future collaborations.

Recently, Dbridge India was also part of the K-Startup Center (KSC) India 2023 programme which is run by The Circle FC, business accelerator based in Gurugram, India. The programme supports startups to soft-land in India by providing valuable insights through mentoring, resources & partner network for market access. DBridge India also secured the 1st Runner Up Prize during the KSC India Demoday.

The founder of Dental Bridge, Ms Lina Ahn is a former dental student in the UK with extensive experience in healthcare sales and marketing at global giants like GSK and P&G, and brings a deep understanding of the industry. Inspired by doctors’ enthusiasm to learn and grow, Ahn aims to bridge Korean medical device companies with Indian doctors, elevating the experience of facial aesthetic treatments in India and positioning the country as a hub for such services in neighbouring countries as well.

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