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Homoeopathy For All - May 2011 issue


Homoeopathy – An Effective Adjunct to Dental Care
By Dr. Nidhi Luthra
Homoeopathy can be used as an effective aid in the treatment of many common dental problems, sometimes alone and sometimes as an addition to the conventional dental care. Be an informed patient and have the best of both worlds: homeopathy and modern dentistry!
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A Clinical study on baksodent toothpaste at smile india, new delhi
By Dr. Mudita Arora
Gum disease is the most common reason for dental extraction in adults, besides causing bed breath (Halitosis) which can be a source of public embarrassment. All this can be prevented by maintaining oral hygiene habits including regular use of a toothpaste.
>> Page 24

Scope of Homoeopathy in Common Dental Problems
By Dr. R. Valavan
Dental problems like teething troubles, caries, tooth abscess, sensitive teeth, etc. can be either tackled with homoeopathic medicines or along with appropriate dental procedures. In many cases collateral dental procedure will help in sooner recovery.
>> Page 30

Towards Academic Orientation – Sri Sai Nath Post Graduate Institute of Homoeopathy and Hospital, Allahbad
The aim of Post Graduate courses is directed towards academic orientation of students, to train them to become efficient teachers, successful medical practitioners and competent research workers in their respective fields of specialization in Homoeopathy.
>> Page 44

Management of Dental Caries in General and with Homoeopathic Drugs
By Dr. Rahul Tewari BHMS & Dr MunMun Mishra (BDS)
Dental caries is the second most common problem now days next to common cold. Proper knowledge of the dental caries can help curing lot of problems related to the dental science as well as their effects systematically. This article will bring to your notice about how dental caries can be managed.
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Be Wise To Have Wisdom Teeth
By Dr. Swapan Paul
Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to erupt in the mouth. For most people, wisdom teeth don’t cause any problems so don’t need to be removed. However, if there isn’t enough space for them to grow at the back of the mouth they become what is known as impacted wisdom teeth, and can cause pain, swelling and/or infection. In such cases homoeopathic medicines have shown effective results.
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News >> Page 46
Biochemic System >> Page 49
Upcming Events >> Page 65
Events >> Page 67
Forecast >> Page 71
Pondering Views >> Page 72



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