Why India and Pakistan to have low levels of dental health

Long list of diseases that are spread in the countries of India and Pakistan, paragraph oral health and one of them. May be due to inadequate dental hygiene, lack of basic knowledge about dental hygiene and lack of knowledge about dental disease and the position of careless people.

It was so regardless of all developing countries are steadfast in rateand for a long time in bright medical sciences. There were endless discoveries and inventions and progress in medicine in recent decades, each of which is a sign of vitality in industry and healthcare. With this in mind, it is frightening to say the least health of the mouth of the parties in the event of such paragraph.

To put this in numerical terms. Discovered "the use of tools and attitudes survey" conducted by IMRB some grim realities. 

Approximately 50% of Indian people do not use a brush and toothpaste, as a way to clean teeth.
- Two thirds of people who go to the dentist.
Reason -56% of respondents never hurt to replace the toothbrush.

Conditions are best in Pakistan.
Investigation was conducted to establish the extent of oral diseases in Pakistan. The study found that dental caries is a disease most common chronic childhood. Most adults show signs of gum disease.

Foul of statistics in this way, you may wonder about the reason for this state of dental health. This may be due to the following:

There are many people do not realize, noteworthiness of dental health. They also lack basic knowledge about how to brush properly, and the emergence of string and regular meetings of the dentist. Scientific theories, such as dental caries caused by worms, or extract teeth leads to poor vision is widespread.

The situation is very neglected epidemic in both countries. People do not see a dentist until they have pain or discomfort. This eliminates the possibility of a dentist to control the problem of teeth in the infancy stages, and almost always lead to the removal of teeth. There is another group of people who believe painkillers are the way to go. Take painkillers when self-administered pain.

The best solution to tackle this problem locally. Integration of dental education in primary school curriculum for children to ensure that future citizens of our country grow up to be individuals who can act responsibly to health of teeth.
And we must take place in the management and educational programs to promote dental and oral free screening camps that can improve the information base for the general public and the identification of dental disease in them so they can take appropriate measures. These steps will take time to bear results.

In conclusion, I would say it's time we start to exercise measures to keep the smiles of our people. Remember that "smile healthy and happy smile.

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