Dental Imaging Market Analysis, Size, Trends | India | 2011-2017 | MedSuite
India has a low percentage of dentists performing implant procedures; however, there has been an increased emphasis on implant training, including changes to dental school curriculums. Indian dentists
have been more price sensitive than those in other countries because they have historically had access to less-expensive dental implants and procedures. These lower costs have also led to medical tourism in the
country; however, with increasing patient awareness in India, the market is expected to move from catering predominantly to medical tourism to meeting local demands.
- Year: 2011
- Scope: 2007-2017
- Region: India
- Published Date: 07/03/2011
- Pages: 101
- Type: MedSuite
Over 100 orthopedic specialists were surveyed regarding their perceptions and usage of hyaluronic acid viscosupplementation during the 2011 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) conference. This survey report compares usage patters and perceptions of orthopedic specialists regarding hyaluronic acid viscosupplement product, including single injection, 3-injection and 5-injection therapy regimes. Satisfaction with current offerings is examined in detail, along with the market penetration of single injection products. The data presented describes practice experience, practice volume and the attitudes of the respondents to the product, as well as how these factors interact. In addition to physician brand preference, this survey report describes the proportion of doctors who would be willing to switch to a single injection product like Genzymes Synvisc-One®. The results of the survey indicated a high degree of familiarity with the product within the physician community. There is a general divide in the U.S. medical community between HA brands that are used for a majority of procedures within a practice. The respondents were asked to rate their satisfaction with the various injection products. This in term was compared to the probability of switching brands, and the possible motivating reasons for doing so.
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