Dealing With Dental Anxiety

By: Bodhi Health Education

Dental anxiety

Dental anxiety is the fear of dentistry and of receiving dental care. It is estimated that as many as 45% of Indians experience some degree of dental anxiety, from mild to severe. Approximately 22% percent of Indian adults have severe dental anxiety, that is, they are so fearful of receiving dental treatment that they avoid […]

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Ergonomics In Your Practice

By: Bodhi Health Education

Ergonomics in dental practice

63-93% Dentists all over the world complain about muscle pain in one or the other part of their party. That is not too surprising considering the positions many dentists adopt when working. Mind you these kind of pain and posture problems reduces the practice hours and effectiveness and in turn harms your career. Most of […]

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“Humane Touch is the most Important aspect of nursing”- Beautifully expressed view by Prof. Dr. A. T. Kora

By: Bodhi Health Education

Dr. A.T Kora giving message to Nurses about Important aspect of nursing

“I attribute my success to this – I never gave or took any excuse.” Prof. Dr. A. T. Kora These lines by Florence Nightingale has been fully lived up to by Prof. Dr. A.T. Kora as she says “ No work or excuse is more important than the life and care of a patient”. Dr. Kora […]

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“Nursing is considered to be the topmost ethical profession of all”

By: Bodhi Health Education

Nursing is considered to be the topmost ethical profession of all

“Yet I think I could not refuse this moment to die for you if that would save you” These lines are from a poem “The Wound-Dresser” by Walt Whitman who wrote this poem when he was serving as a volunteer nurse during American civil war. Nursing is considered to be the topmost ethical profession of […]

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