• Traditional Medicine more than 2500 years old.
  • Natural and Organic treatment method.
  • Effective and Safe form of treatment with No Side-Effects if performed by an appropriately trained clinician.
  • Holistic treatment which INCREASES IMMUNITY (protects the body against infections), REDUCES STRESS within body & mind, RELIEVES PAIN and brings PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL WELLBEING by its action of regulating various physiological functions.
  • Useful in many diseases and clinical conditions
  • People of all age groups can avail this treatment.
  • In ancient times in India this treatment form was called by different names such as Bhedan Karma, Suchi Chikitsa, Marma Chikitsa or Siravedhanam.
  • In China it is known as Chen Chiu and in Japan Shin Kiyu.
  • Various techniques can be used including Acupoint needling, electroacupuncture, moxibustion, cupping, meridian massage etc selected appropriately depending on patient’s condition.
  • World Health Organisation (WHO) considers it as Traditional & Complementary Medicine (T &CM) mainly a form of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
  • In 2020 World Health Organization has put in public domain- WHO BENCHMAEKS FOR THE PRACTICE OF ACUPUNCTURE as guidelines for acupuncture practice worldwide.
  • According to WHO GLOBAL REPORT ON TRADITIONAL AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE 2019- Acupuncture remains the most common form of traditional medicine practice, with its use acknowledged by 113 Member States.


  • Keeping teeth and gums in good condition is vital for oral and general health.
  • Recent research indicates- Gum inflammation and periodontal problems are related to many diseases like Diabetes Mellitus, Heart Diseases and Cancer.
  • When caries infect tooth at the beginning there is no pain so gets neglected, when pain occurs then it may become too late and require extensive treatment.
  • Twice a year dental check-up should be done.
  • Scaling and Oral Hygiene maintenance should be done regularly as advised by your dentist.

Traditional Medicine & Health

According to The World Health Organisation (WHO) :-

Traditional Medicine is the sum total of the knowledge, skill and practises based on the theories, beliefs and experiences indigenous to different cultures, whether explicable or not, used in the maintenance of health as well as in the prevention, diagnosis, improvement or treatment of physical and mental illness.


Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social  well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.