Sleep hygiene has become a hot topic in India, as the country’s healthcare sector faces a shortage of dentists, especially in the capital, New Delhi.
According to a recent survey by the Institute of Public Health and Child Development, almost a third of India’s 1.1 billion population do not have access to basic healthcare services, and more than half of those surveyed had a dental problem.
The survey also found that more than 80% of Indians did not have adequate access to dental hygiene.
The Institute of Dentistry and Oral Medicine, a non-profit that promotes health, said that it had been receiving requests from parents of children to buy toothbrushes and gels, as well as other products, from India’s largest private toothpaste manufacturer.
“We are seeing a lot of interest in the products from India, but unfortunately, there are still gaps in the market, as we have not been able to acquire products from other markets,” said Dr. K.V. Varma, president and CEO of the Indian Dental Association, a lobby group.
“People want to use these products in their homes to keep the child healthy.
The main reason is that these products are manufactured in India and that they are not available in the US,” he added.
India is one of the top three countries in the world for toothpaste production, according to the United Nations.
The country has the world’s second-largest toothbrush market after China.
But toothbrushing products, which cost as much as $500, have been a long-standing problem for India’s healthcare system, which is already suffering from the shortage of dental healthcare professionals.
The toothbrush shortage has also led to widespread complaints from patients, especially those who use mouthwash.
In March, the Indian Medical Association of India (IMAI) issued a call for toothbrusher manufacturers to make the products available in India.
The AAPS, which represents more than 30 dental health associations, said it will soon issue a national call for makers to offer affordable toothbrushed products.
India’s healthcare is already struggling to fill the toothbrush gap.
A recent survey conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO) found that a whopping 42.7% of Indian children and teenagers had cavities, which was almost twice the global average.
The WHO said India is the second-highest-poorest country in the World, behind Pakistan.
Dr. V.P. Nair, the president of the Association of Dentists of India, said the dental healthcare sector in India is facing a severe shortage.
“The dentists have been very busy, but they are working hard, but their productivity is not there,” he said.
“They have not got the materials they need, the products they need to manufacture.
This is what has been driving the shortage in India,” he explained.
“The Indian healthcare system is also facing a huge challenge.”
The Institute of Dental Hygiene at the University of California, Davis, recently conducted a study on the effectiveness of toothbrUSH products in reducing tooth decay.
The survey found that the toothbrush has a wide variety of different kinds of products to prevent dental decay, including gels and toothpaste.
The study also found toothbrOTHERSHIP, the best toothbrush for children, is the most popular toothbrush brand in India with more than 90% of respondents choosing it over other brands.
“There is no doubt that there is a need to get toothbrUSTHE, which has a lot more ingredients to prevent tooth decay,” said Nair.
“There are products that are affordable, but also have a lot in common, such as the products that have a clear expiration date.”