Bidar Oral Care, Dental Solution, Products are Avilable at Best Price in Karnataka

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Bidar dental hospital General dentistry Brims Medical College Road. Below Bank Of Barodaopp Old Service Stand, Bidare, Karnataka, Karnataka 585401 098800 61232
JHIRA Dental Hospital General dentistry Bank Colony, Bidar, Karnataka 585401 098447 95674
Biradar Dental Care General dentistry SH-4, Bidar, Karnataka, Karnataka 585401 099868 11099
Wadgave’s Dental Home General dentistry Mailoor Cross BVB College, Road, Basava Nagar, Bidar, Karnataka 063607 85943
Arpita Dental Clinic & Implant Centre General dentistry Devi Colony, Bank Colony, Bidar, Karnataka
Kamshetty Dental Care Bidar General dentistry Care Dental Clinic Near Indian Gas Opp Sai Fibrics Udgir Road Bidar, Bidar, Karnataka 585401 099165 24728
Konda Dental Clinic General dentistry Akkamahadevi Colony Road, Bidar, Karnataka 585403
S.P Patil Multispeciality Dental Clinic General dentistry Akkamahadevi Shopping Complex Shop no 26 Opp Vijay Laxmi Saree Centre On Bidar to Udgir Road Near Akkam…
RSG Dental Clinic and Implant Centre Bidar General dentistry Prince Complex, Near Govt Hospital, opp. Tirumala Medicals, Nandi Colony, Bidar, Karnataka
Varsha Dental Hair And Skin Clinic General dentistry SP Office Rd, opp. Water Tank, Mangalpet, Pakalwada, Bidar, Karnataka
Jaya Dental Clinic General dentistry Bidar Main Road, Bidar, Karnataka 585401
Pashapur dental clinic and orthodontic centre General dentistry Near Madival Chowk -lig Colony -Behind Medical College, Bidar, Karnataka 585401 084822 25040
Vaishnavi Dental Care General dentistry 8/9/270/26G Guru Nanak Colony, Main Road, Bidar, Karnataka 585401 089515 44202
Patil Superspeciality Dental Clinic and Implant Center General dentistry 9/4/60 Gandhi Gunj Road Near Railway Under Pass, Bidar, Karnataka, Karnataka 585401 093422 22616
Gurupadeswara Dental Clinic General dentistry K E B Road, Bidar, Karnataka 585401
S B Patil Dental College And Hospital General dentistry Bidar Humnabad Road, Naubad, Bidar, Karnataka 585404 084822 32101

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Amid the surge in COVID-19 cases across the country, everyone is advised to take health precautions against the deadly virus. There are already several guidelines for positive patients who are recovering from coronavirus and now dentists have suggested another precaution to this list.

As per dentists, individuals should change their toothbrush and tongue cleaner as soon as they recover from the infection.

While the vaccination drive is going in full swing all over the country, experts are of the view that changing the toothbrush and tongue cleaner immediately after testing negative can help to prevent re-infection. Discarding toothbrushes also save other family members who use the same washroom from the virus.

As per the World Health Organisation (WHO), coronavirus grows from one person to another via tiny droplets from the mouth of a person who has contracted the infection.

Also said to be airborne, COVID-19 can spread by touching the contaminated surfaces.

This means that toothpaste, tongue cleaner among other toiletry items used by a positive patient must have a huge concentration of the virus. Using the same items might result in infecting others or the same person can contract it again.

“If you or anyone in your family and friend circle have contracted COVID-19 , once recovered, please ensure to change your toothbrush, tongue cleaner, etc. These can harbour the virus, and it is best they are discarded,” Dr Pravesh Mehra, Head of Department of Dental Surgery, Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi told India Today.

Here are some precautions to be taken when someone in the family tests positive for the deadly infection or recovers from it:

– Do not keep toiletry items like toothpaste, towels, toothbrush, tongue clear, etc. together
– Change toiletry items after recovering from COVID-19 as it decreases the chance of transmission and re-infection
– Brush twice or thrice a day
– After recovery, keep rinsing your mouth regularly
– A recovered patient should clean the brush and tongue cleaner regularly using an antiseptic mouthwash

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