Reasons for Starting CDC

Improve Oral Health of Children

Oral diseases affects the quality of life of children and account for pain, impaired aesthetics, recurrent infections, eating troubles, sleeping difficulties, poor ability to learn, insufficient nutrition, and improper growth and development.

Dental caries remains the principal oral disease of childhood and adolescence and can lead to dental pain and tooth loss, which in turn affects their quality of life. Dental caries affects the children socially as well as psychologically.

Today’s young generation forms the future citizen of the nation. IDA’s goal to achieve “oral health for all” can be successful only if we can secure the oral health of today’s children. Many dental diseases are prevented at an incipient stage if diagnosed and treated in time. IDA’s community center provides special care to the children, who will become informed citizens of a healthy nation.