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Root Canal

RCT is one name that gives many patients shivers when told about it. However, in reality, it is not that bad. Infact, it is an instant pain reliever and the best treatment to retain the original teeth. A Root canal treated tooth serves its purpose and function just as a healthy tooth…

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An orthodontist can outfit patients with a few different kinds of braces. Some are made of lightweight metal and go around each tooth, while other metal ones are attached to the outside surfaces of the teeth with special glue. Clear braces can be attached to the outside surfaces of the teeth…

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Dental Implant

The natural function and appearance of your lost teeth can be very difficult to restore.Dentures or fixed bridges would be used as replacements, but with limited results.Dental implants are, however, natural-looking replacements for missing teeth which also provide exactly the same function as your natural tooth root does…

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Current Awareness Contact Programs

At SpringUp, we are committed to ensuring outstanding Oral Health for all. With over 20 years of giving happy smiles through our associated chain of clinics spread across North India, we started spreading awareness on importance of Dental Hygiene through the Awareness Contact Programs (ACPs) that we started about 5 years ago. These are free of cost camps that are arranged for various sections of society including Corporate Houses, Institutes, Schools, Colleges, Temples etc. in Rural, Semi-Urban and Urban areas providing support to all groups of society, particularly to the Economically Weaker Sections, for whom the facility is out of reach.Dental Implants center

The National Oral Health Programme notes that 95% of adults in India suffer from gum disease and 50% of our citizens don’t use a toothbrush. 70% of children under the age of 15 have dental caries.Dental Implants center

According to a 2013 report, “Utilization of dental care: An Indian outlook,” published in the Journal of Natural Science, Biology and Medicine, the dentist-to-population ratio is 1:10,000 in urban areas but drops drastically to 1:150,000 in rural India.Dental Implants center

The report further notes that even in areas where the infrastructure for dental care exists, the utilisation of services can still remain low due to demographic, behavioural, socio-economic, cultural and epidemiological factors.

Among these factors are fear of dental treatment and attitudes that assign lower importance to oral health. Dental Implants center

India has roughly 290 dental colleges and graduates 25,000 new dentists each year.

According to the Indian Dental Association (IDA), India is home to more than 1,80,000 dental professionals, 35,000 specialists and 5,000 dental labs. The World Health Organisation estimates that 2,500 new dental clinics are needed every year to meet India’s demand for dental services. But at around 40 lakh INR, the cost of setting up a clinic is prohibitive for most practitioners. India’s greatest challenge is the lack of infrastructure. And within this challenge lies great opportunity.Dental Implants center

The IDA notes that the growth rate for India’s dental industry is around 30% per year. This is due in part to a growing awareness around health and dental care services, increasing incomes and a demand for better dental care facilities. India is now considered one of the largest single-country markets for overseas dental equipment and products, according to the IDA.Dental Implants center

From a public health perspective, the government can and should play a role in educating consumers. Dentists in private practice can also educate consumers. But to do this, they must first get consumers into their clinics. In this respect, dental networks have an advantage. Their larger size enables them to achieve economies of scale that single, stand-alone clinics cannot achieve. As a result, these networks are in a better position to educate the public through various marketing channels. With a larger marketing budget, a dental network can reach out to consumers in a way that single clinics can’t. And they can often communicate with consumers in a more compelling way. Dental chains can also introduce the latest dental advancements without having to charge exorbitant fees.