Nov. 19, 2012
-- Poor Dental Hygiene and bad habits such as smoking, tobacco chewing, alcohol consumption and frequent eating of sweets, cold drinks, ice-cream, Pan etc. lead to the dental diseases such as caries (tooth decay), bad breath (Halitosis), sensitive tooth, oral ulcers, oral cancer etc.
Ideally one should get the dental check-up done once in every 6 months to rule out any dental/oral ailments. In India, due to lack of awareness, people avoid visiting dentists and as a result develop dental decays, gingivitis (swollen and infected or bleeding gums) and oral cancers.
SYMA Dental Care Pvt. Ltd. has introduced free dental check-up and X-Ray at their Bavdhan Clinic.
They also arrange free sessions on preventive Dental Care for high risk group such as kids, elderly patients and pregnant women.
"Usually people neglect oral and dental hygiene and we have found that this negligence cause patients to lose their teeth at very early age. Poor people can't afford to go for dental implants and cost of such treatments are usually very high. If detected at early stages, these disease can be cured easily without spending much on treatments. People should take this opportunity to get screened for any existing dental problem by calling 020-6652-1670 and this will not cost them anything", explained Dr. Monika Agrawal, MD & CEO.