In view of the calcium deficiency present throughout the whole Residential Centre and the indications of rotten teeth indicated by medical volunteers - in 2019 it was established that the centre had to undergo a twice a year dental check up.
The idea is that children learn to take care of their teeth and also addressing any dental problems arising immediately.
Children are not fond of washing their teeth and it is a challenge to check them all with limited manpower.
Unfortunately with the right intentions but wrong results, donors visiting the centre tend to give children sweets in signs of affection.
Getting the children aware of their self care and caring for their teeth. By going for regular check-ups, children can have their issues addressed promptly.