The Indian government is set to introduce a new dentrix skill course next month to boost dentrix learning.
The government has already launched a dentrix course for adults to help them become more knowledgeable about the profession.
This dental training will help dentists learn about the different types of teeth and to improve their oral health.
But it will be more important for the younger generation, said Sudhir Gupta, dean of the Faculty of Dentistry, Dental College of India, in a press release.
The dental training class will be open from March 1 to May 1.
It will include five lessons on different dental techniques and a tutorial on how to improve oral health in a dental clinic.
These lessons will include the basics of dentistry including oral hygiene, cleaning teeth, plaque and the dental implantation procedure, he said.
“Dentists have a very limited time to practice dentistry.
Our focus should be on improving dentistry as a skill for everyone.
Our mission is to provide dentists with the best dental education in the country,” Gupta said.
The dentrix programme will be free for dentists.
The ministry has already introduced the first dentrix dental training programme in India for adults in July, which has seen more than 4 lakh students completing the programme.
Gupta said that while dentists have an important role in the nation, dentists need to be educated on the importance of dental training.
“There is a lack of dental education.
Many dentists are not practising and learning dentistry in the way that is required,” Gupta added.
More to come…