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Many factors affect oral health. Not only how we brush is important, the food we eat and the drinks we choose also determine oral health. Encouraging your child to drink water is also important.
View our educational presentations:
Healthy Snacking Healthy Smile
More info about Rethink Your Drink
Brush Techniques Infographic (SPN)
HOW TO CHECK AND CLEAN YOUR CHILD'S TEETH VIDEO
Five Ways to Prevent Kids' Tooth Decay
Five Ways to Prevent Kids' Tooth Decay (SPN)
Healthy Food for Healthy Teeth
To have a healthy mouth, you need to do more than just
brush and floss; you also need to eat a balanced diet.
Eating sugary foods and drinks puts you at a higher
risk for gum disease and tooth decay.
Seal Today to Prevent Decay Activity
School-age children (ages 6-11) without sealants have almost 3 times more 1st molar cavities than those with sealants.
According to the American Dental Association, 68% of older adults suffer from gum disease, and nearly 20% have untreated cavities. Without proper dental care, seniors are at higher risk for serious medical issues beyond just the teeth and gums.
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