Countrywide Oral Wellbeing Programme Nagaland (NOHPN) organised a free of charge dental health camp on the concept “oral wellness for balanced life” at Kidima Village Council corridor on Friday.
Speaking on the topic, director, dental Health & Household Welfare (H&FW), Dr. Theyiephrezo Khimiao explained oral wellness intended holding one’s mouth thoroughly clean and nutritious and that great oral hygiene was necessary for prevention of dental complications.
Dr. Khimiao pressured on preventive areas and urged on the people today to make use of the services brought to them.
Meanwhile, in a quick speech, Kidima chairman, Zakito Thol acknowledged the wellness officers for their initiative.
The programme was chaired by dental surgeon, CHC Viswema, Dr Savi Naleo, invocation by Pastor, Tepewhekho Thokhwe and vote of many thanks was proposed by district oral wellbeing officer, Dr. Arenla Walling.
Completely, 164 people were being screened in the totally free oral camp with 35 common individuals, 47 underneath extraction, 64 less than restoration (long-lasting and non permanent) together with 30 other beneficiaries.
A team of 9 physicians were at the camp alongside with a social worker, Achila Walling who sensitised the individuals on the sick effects of tobacco and spoke on nicotine substitute therapy.
Longleng: NOHPN organised a dental wellbeing camp on June 23, at Principal Well being Centre (PHC), Bura Namsang, Longleng district.
In a push launch, district media officer, K Mongsen Phom informed that in his keynote address, District Medical center Longleng, dental specialist, Dr. Bongau Phom highlighted the relevance of oral hygiene and how keeping oral cleanliness by brushing two times each day and getting care of the tooth could avert oral problems’ these types of as tooth decay, gingivitis, terrible breath, periodontal health conditions etc.
He emphasised on the dangerous effects of tobacco and how it triggers precancerous and cancerous ailments of the oral cavity.
Further, Dr. Phom inspired the general public to give up chewing tobacco and smoking in order to dwell a prolonged and nutritious existence.
The dental health camp was carried out by Dr. Lemshikala and Dr. Bongau Phom.
Before, welcome speech was sent by health care PHC Bura Namsang, Dr. Mongmei whilst the programme was inaugurated by prayer from Bura Namsang Baptist Church pastor, Hamchong.
Altogether, 74 people availed the dental wellness services.