Dental education in India was established 91 years ago, when the first dental college was started in Calcutta by Dr. Ahmed in 1920. Diseases such as dental caries, periodontal problems, poor oral hygiene and oral cancers have always been major public health issues in India. It is well known that poor Socioeconomic Status (SES) provides negative impact on favorable dental health awareness, attitude and oral hygiene behavior. Only in the last two decades dental industry has emerged as an field independent from general healthcare. Moreover, efforts of various organizations like, World Health Organization (WHO), Indian Dental Association (IDA) and Dental Council of India (DCI), to increase awareness of oral hygiene have provided major contribution in establishing today’s developing dental industry. The Indian healthcare industry is experiencing quick transformation owing to the increasing demand for quality healthcare. With the increased standard of living in India people are becoming health conscious, shaping a new market which is giving increasing importance to healthy teeth and dental cosmetics. The potential size of India’s dental market is vast and as per the IDA, India is slated to become one of the largest single country markets for overseas dental products and materials.