22 July 2019 | News
Clove Dental is working to expand dental facilities in India and to achieve its milestone of 600 clinics by 2021
Clove Dental has announced the launch of four more clinics in Chandigarh adding that the new launches now take the total count of clinics to 16.
Chandigarh, the city which has been known as a pensioners’ paradise, also has seen rapid urban development due to the emergence of outsourcing services and IT services. Besides, the availability of advance health expertise here makes the city most sought after for healthcare needs for the neighbouring states as well. Thus, the city needs more avenues offering quality and affordable dental treatment, especially in the Tri-city area.
Highlighting the uniqueness of what makes Clove Dental special, Dr Pankaj Kaushik said, “Clove clinics offer latest advancements in dental technology and equipment to ensure quality healthcare for the patients. Clinic operatory areas are chemically sterilized and all surfaces are treated with disinfectants after each patient visit to ensure 100% sterilization.”
“Our clinics are fitted with state-of-the-art equipment and technology and offer the highest thresholds for hygiene, clinic safety, transparency, ethics, and customer service. Our Four-Step Protocol guarantees that each instrument and surface that comes in contact with patients is thoroughly sterilized prior to the next patient’s consult,” he added.
Lt Gen (Retd) Dr Vimal Arora, Chief Clinical Officer, Clove Dental said, “Apart from precision in operations, technology, investment, and ethics, we have laid crucial and indispensable emphasis on the following core values: trust, respect, and integrity. The trust of patients through clinical quality, hygiene, and excellence in service; the respect of customers, team members, vendors and support staff through compassion, cooperation, rights, and privacy; and integrity in ethics, honesty, learning, and conflicts of interest have been the pillars of the Clove environment and culture. Keeping in mind the growth of Tri- city area Clove Dental can see taking the total number of clinics in the city to 50 in the future.”
One of the big challenges for dentistry is the lack of quality infrastructure and adequate training to dental graduates. Against a WHO-recommended dentist to population ratio of 1:7500, our ratio is 1:10271 in urban areas and 1:150,000 in rural areas. We are working in this direction. “Our state-of-art clinics based on best global standards will go a long way in raising the benchmark in dentistry in India,” added Dr Arora.
Clove Dental is working to expand dental facilities in India and to achieve its milestone of 600 clinics by 2021.