பல் சொத்தை, ஈறு வீக்கம், வேர் நோய்கள் மற்றும் பற்கள் தொடர்பான நேயர்களின் அனைத்து சந்தேகங்களுக்கும் பதிலளிக்கிறார் ஈறு, வேர் சிகிச்சை நிபுணர் Dr.அனுராதா
We at Anchanya make use of every opportunity to give back to the community.
We have screened over 2000 patients in schools, colleges and many organisations. In addition to providing oral health assessment charts, we also do health awareness talks, and give away free samples. For the undeserving, we understand their social circumstances and make sure we direct them to the right place where they can afford care. As healers, We believe it’s our responsibility to change lives for better.
Our doctors, Dr Anuradha, Dr Manasa, Dr Mathanki and Dr Harshita work hard and care a great deal about offering highest level of dental care to every patient and believe that they need to be provided with the smile they deserve!
After you become pregnant, your hormones, especially progesterone, start to increase and change. Hormones do not affect just the growth of your little one; they also change the very chemistry of your body. That is why, when you are pregnant, it is more important than ever to maintain healthy teeth and gums
Baby teeth (Milk teeth) are already present in the jaw the baby is born. They begin to appear in the oral cavity in 6 months to 1year and by the time they turn 3 they have all 20 teeth.