Saturday, 26 November 2011

Health Program at Koira Village on 29 Nov 2011.


                               Community Health Program at Koira Village, Karnataka, India.


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 The Details of the Community Health Program are:


Date: Tuesday, 29th November 2011.
Time: 10:00am to 3:00pm
Location: Government Primary School, Koira Village, Devanahalli Taluk, Karnataka, India.

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Medical Check-up for 140 Students (1st Standard to 7th Standard) and Teachers. 
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Medical team consists of Physician, Pediatrician and Ophthalmologist.  

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Medicines will be distributed along with Dental Treatments ( Scaling, Filling and Extractions).


Trinity Care Foundation is a Non Governmental Organization dedicated to School Health Programs, Health Education and Public Health Programs in Karnataka, India.



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Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Dental Public Health Programs

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Trinity Care Foundation requires your Support to Implement these Community Health Programs in Government Schools in Ramanagara, Kolar and Bangalore Rural Districts. Kindly Contact us..

Sunday, 25 September 2011

Careers in Public Health Dentistry !


Dental Public Health is the science and art of preventing and controlling dental diseases and promoting dental health through organized community efforts.
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There is a gap between research findings, oral disease prevention, health promotion practices and knowledge of the public and the health professions.

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Expansion of communitybased disease prevention and lowering of barriers to personal oral health care are needed to meet the needs of the population.

Dental Public Health is that form of dental practice that serves the community as a patient rather than the individual.

Public health dentists promote oral health by:

♦assessing the oral health needs of the community
♦developing and implementing oral health policy
♦providing programs and services that address oral health issues.


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Dental Public Health specialists must have broad knowledge and skills in public health administration, research methodology, the prevention and control of oral diseases, and the delivery and financing of oral health care.




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Saturday, 27 August 2011

School Based Oral Health Screening

Oral Health is an essential component of health throughout life. Poor oral health and untreated oral diseases and conditions can have a significant impact on quality of life. 


They can affect the most basic human needs, including the ability to eat and drink, swallow, maintain proper 
nutrition, smile and communicate. 


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  1. Conducting Oral Screening in Schools is an opportunity to emphasize the importance of Oral Health and examination by a Dentist.
  2. Conducting Oral Screening has Value only if there is Follow-up.

Trinity Care Foundation requires your Support to implement these Community Health Programs in Government Schools in Ramanagara, Kolar and Bangalore Rural Districts. Kindly Contact us..

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No Apparent Dental Problems ?
  • Need to See Dentist for Through Dental Check-up ?
  • Need to see Dentist Immediately ?


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Monday, 20 June 2011

Dental Sealants

What are dental sealants?


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Dental sealants are thin plastic coatings that are applied to the grooves on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth to protect them from tooth decay. Most tooth decay in children and teens occurs on these surfaces. Sealants protect the chewing surfaces from tooth decay by keeping germs and food particles out of these grooves.

Which teeth are suitable for sealants?

Permanent molars are the most likely to benefit from sealants. The first molars usually come into the mouth when a child is about 6 years old. Second molars appear at about age 12. It is best if the sealant is applied soon after the teeth have erupted, before they have a chance to decay.


How are sealants applied?


Applying sealants does not require drilling or removing tooth structure. The process is short and easy. After the tooth is cleaned, a special gel is placed on the chewing surface for a few seconds. The tooth is then washed off and dried. Then, the sealant is painted on the tooth. The dentist or dental hygienist also may shine a light on the tooth to help harden the sealant. It takes about a minute for the sealant to form a protective shield.

Are sealants visible?

Sealants can only be seen up close. Sealants can be clear, white, or slightly tinted, and usually are not seen when a child talks or smiles.

Will sealants make teeth feel different?

As with anything new that is placed in the mouth, a child may feel the sealant with the tongue. Sealants, however, are very thin and only fill the pits and grooves of molar teeth.

How long will sealants last?

A sealant can last for as long as 5 to 10 years. Sealants should be checked at your regular dental appointment and can be reapplied if they are no longer in place.

Will sealants replace fluoride for cavity protection?

No. Fluorides, such as those used in toothpaste, mouth rinse, and community water supplies also help to prevent decay, but in a different way. Sealants keep germs and food particles out of the grooves by covering them with a safe plastic coating. Sealants and fluorides work together to prevent tooth decay.

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How do sealants fit into a preventive dentistry program?

Sealants are one part of a child's total preventive dental care. A complete preventive dental program also includes fluoride, twice-daily brushing , wise food choices, and regular dental care.

Why is sealing a tooth better than waiting for decay and filling the cavity?


Decay damages teeth permanently. Sealants protect them. Sealants can save time, money, and the discomfort sometimes associated with dental fillings. Fillings are not permanent. Each time a tooth is filled, more drilling is done and the tooth becomes a little weaker.

Saturday, 18 June 2011

Children's Oral Health Problems



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The main reason of oral health problems in children all over the world is their parents don’t seem to spend enough time on taking proper oral care of their children. Children don’t know how they should take care of their oral health and what will happen if they will not look after dental care. That is why many children facing the common dental problems like, tooth decay, yellow teeth, bad smelling mouth, tooth swelling and gum diseases like gingivitis.


The children who get such oral health problem also lack self-confidence and get various social phobias and other various psychological conditions. Hence oral health problems can hammer the child's overall future life. Thus oral health problems can be the reason for medical conditions and vice-versa.. Public Health Dentistry Programs


Oral health problems in children are a major cause of concern for many parents. Such parents try to do their best to maintain the oral health of their children. But still they themselves don’t know much about proper dental care.

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These problems can also develop impaired speech and make it difficult for children to focus on their studies. This will in term affect their studies and thus make them an average students. Those children with oral heath problems will also have fewer friends due to the fear of mixing in peers.


How you can point out oral health problems in children
The common symptoms that will point out oral health problems in children are:
  • Difficulty in chewing food,
  • Unwillingness to smile or laugh,
  • Difficulty in sleeping
  • Social phobia, and
  • Difficulty in learning, etc.
Kinds of oral health problems that can occur in children
The most common oral health problems in children are tooth decay. The kids in the age group of two to five are more prone to getting tooth decay. As kids of this age group eat many sweet dishes, the sugar from such foods gets converted into acids by the bacteria that lie in mouth. These bacteria then convert this sugar into acid, which affects the enamel of the teeth and thus causes tooth decays.


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Friday, 17 June 2011

School Oral Health Program

Educational, Preventive and Curative Oral Health Protocols

The sole purpose of the educational, prevention and curative oral health activities under the School Oral Health Program is to nullify the incidence of hard and soft tissue diseases and bring out a new caries free generation. The protocols for the School Oral Health Program are:

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 The Educational side of Oral Health include;
  • Lectures to children, parents and teachers
  • Counseling to expectant mothers
  • Participate in health fairs etc.

 The Preventive side of Oral Health include;

  • Application of topical fluoride
  • Application of sealants to the sound occlusal surface's
  • Space maintainers

The Curative side of Oral Health include;

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  • The curative oral health services focuses on the following:
  • Charting and Oral Examination
  • Oral Prophylaxis
  • Fluoride Application
  • Scaling
  • OHI and Tooth brushing
  • Fissure Sealant
  • P.R.R.
  • Liner 
  • Composite Filling
  • Amalgam
  • Pulpotomy / Pulpectomy / Permanent                          
  • Pulpotomy / Pulpectomy / Primary
  • Direct and Indirect Pulp Capping
  • Stainless Steel Crown
  • Temporary Filling
  • Extraction
  • Emergency Treatment
  • Abscess
  • Reseal
  • Refill
  • Recall Exam
  • Referral
  • X-Ray etc.
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Thursday, 16 June 2011

Public Health Dentistry

Public Health Dentistry, dental specialty concerned primarily with prevention of dental decay and of periodontal disease (disease of the tissues surrounding the teeth).


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 Public health dentistry is practiced generally through governmentally sponsored programs, which are for the most part directed toward public-school children in the belief that their education in oral hygiene is the best way to reach the general public. The pattern for such programs in the past was a dentist’s annual visit to a school to lecture and to demonstrate proper tooth-brushing techniques.

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Trinity Care Foundation requires your Support to implement these Community Health Programs in Government Schools in  Ramanagara, Kolar and Bangalore Rural Districts. Kindly Contact us..


Public Health Dentistry is a non-clinical speciality of Dentistry and is involved in the assessment of dental health needs and improving the dental health of populations rather than individuals.


Trinity Care Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization involved in Public Health Dentistry Programs in Karnataka, India.