Mount Litera Zee School, Karnal

Mount Litera Zee School, Karnal

MLZS, Karnal, organised a dental check-up camp for the students of Nursery to XI on the school premises. The objective of the camp was to provide basic dental health education to the literans and motivate them to maintain their dental hygiene. A team of doctors, including Dr Princi Sharma, Dr Joginder Pawar, Dr Seema Bali from Arpana Hospital Madhuban, Karnal, visited the school and examined the students' dental health. They spoke to the students about the importance of oral hygiene and also explained the root cause of the oral and dental health problems. The students were also highlighted about the eating patterns and food choices which causes tooth decay. This camp turned out to be very beneficial for the children and bring change in the habits of the Literans and they would start taking measures to avoid oral and dental problems. Deep Bedi, Principal, MLZS, Karnal, thanked the doctors and motivated all students to brush their teeth twice a day.

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