A toothpaste that’s both toothpaste free and toothfree will soon become the norm in India, as the country aims to reach 10 billion people by 2030.
The Indian government has already started selling toothpaste at drug stores, which has resulted in the creation of a toothcare revolution that is expected to bring about the toothpaste’s downfall.
The toothpaste industry in India has been in a free fall for years as the toothpastes that were made with the use of synthetic ingredients were not able to cope with the growth of population and people were becoming more sensitive to the harmful chemicals.
This is due to the fact that people are more sensitive than ever to the chemical preservatives used in toothpastions, which can cause tooth decay, the damage to the oral tissues and even death.
According to the National Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 2 billion children are born in India each year.
India has one of the highest rates of dental and oral disease in the world.
According to the Indian government, toothpasties account for nearly 40% of all oral disease diagnoses in the country.
It also reported that more than 2.2 million Indians died due to oral diseases last year, making it the fourth leading cause of death in the entire world.
The country has been one of India’s most successful states, but a number of initiatives have been introduced to prevent and reduce dental and dental related diseases.
In order to keep the country free of toothpastons, the government launched the Aayu Dental Foundation (ADF) in 2016 to promote dental health and development in the community.
ADF has since provided dental services in over 7,000 hospitals across the country, as well as a large number of community centres.
It has also invested in dentists, dentistry schools and dental clinics.
To further improve the dental health of the community, the ADF also set up the dental education programme and started the Dental Education Development Programme (DEDP) which has been a major success in the state.
The Dental education programme has been lauded by some for its holistic approach to education, especially in the rural areas.
In 2019, the National Institute of Dental Science (NIDS) also launched the DDS Programme, which aims to improve the oral health of people through education and awareness.
NIDS, which is a government-run educational organisation, also started a programme called the NIDS Dental Training programme which aims at educating people on the importance of hygiene, hygiene products, sanitation and hygiene awareness.
The National Institute for Dental Sciences (NIDSS) has also launched a DDS programme which has already helped improve the health of thousands of children.
The NIDS programme has already enrolled more than 5,000 children in primary schools, as it has helped to increase their oral health.
However, the NIDs DDS program is not the only programme that has helped improve dental health in the city and rural areas of the country in India.
The government also launched several other programmes such as the National Program on Nutrition (NPN), a National Program in Primary Health (NPHP), the National Programme in Primary Education (NPEP) and the National Health Initiative (NHI) to improve dental hygiene and health in rural areas and to promote healthy lifestyles.
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