Started in 2015, My Dental Plan (MDP) is trying to revolutionize how people see dental care in India. My Dental Plan today is India's largest dental network and has enrolled more than 3500 verified dentists in 1000 plus audited clinics to offer the best dental care. The company has spread its wings in more than 150 cities across the country and plans to expand more in the coming year. With its customer-centric approach, My Dental Plan seeks to eliminate all the challenges that Indian users face when they have to visit a dentist.
My Dental Plan is also the first and the largest organised effort in the Indian dental industry that aims to operate in both the B2B and B2C space and has been actively collaborating with dentists, corporate, TPAs, insurance companies, brokers, and all other key stakeholders in the space. It has collaborated with many notable brands such as Infosys, Aditya Birla Life Insurance, Religare, Sabre, and Medi Assist.
MDP is the brainchild of Dr. Mohendar Narula, Dr. Anandakrishna GN, Dr. S Girish Rao who are masters in their dedicated areas form an expert team with Harminder Singh Multani as the CEO. MDP has been growing at an exponential pace and has been clocking 2X growth year on year. It is also India's first Dental Plan Provider to create a Guinness World record for the maximum number of people brushing at the same time at a single venue.
Harminder Singh Multani CEO, My Dental Plan Healthcare Pvt. Ltd. in an interaction with SME WORLD:
Why dental care is not on the healthcare agenda of an average Indian?
There are many reasons why dental care is still neglected by an average Indian. Foremost among those is a lack of awareness. People visit a dentist only when in severe pain or when the damage is already done. Very few people know that dental health has serious implications on our overall general health too. Aggravation in more than 120 systemic diseases finds its links to poor oral health.
Additionally, lack of transparency in dental care practices and pricing create further barriers to seeking treatment. Sparse availability of specialised dental services also reduces the requisitive focus on awareness around preventive dental care.
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