The health care industry in India is among the most heavily taxed in the world.
Its estimated that the health care sector is responsible for $20 billion in tax revenue.
India’s budget has just passed $30 billion for the next decade.
But a new initiative aims to cut this tax burden in half.
It’s called the timber kids dentia system.
This new effort will give a small dentistry clinic a chance to provide free dental care to children from the age of 6.
The goal of the project is to provide a dentistry service to children in need of dental care, said V.P. Singh, the chairperson of the ministry of health.
He added that it’s a good way to encourage children to learn and help them make better choices about dental care.
The aim of the program is to give a denticians a chance for free dental treatment to children under 6 in a community, he said.
The project is a part of the government’s plan to create a state-run nursery and dental school.
The plan is to set up the nursery and school within the next 12 months.
Singh said the aim is to create 100 dental clinics in the next four years.
He said the government is also planning to set aside $5 billion for dental care in the state, which is already about $15 billion in revenue.
The dental clinics will be run by the state government, and the cost of the dental care will be paid by the clinic owners.
The program will not only help children from low-income families but also children in rural areas.
According to Singh, these children will have the opportunity to have dental care free of cost.
The dentists at the nursery will be trained by the ministry.
The clinics will have a doctor and dental technician, he added.