Despite the steady improvement in children’s oral health in recent years, oral diseases are still very common among young people.
It’s annoying to think about, but tooth decay is the number one cause for a child to walk under general anesthesia in Hospital in the UK and it is a problem that is very common all over the world.
The fact is, however, that any one of these cases could be avoided with access to basic care and a simple daily oral health routine.
- The last time you brush your teeth at night and at least one more time a day with a fluoride-containing toothpaste.
- Reduce how often you eat sugary foods and drinks.
- Visit the dentist regularly, as often as he recommends.
Our ultimate mission is, with your help, to give every young person the best possible opportunity to avoid oral health problems that cause unnecessary pain and suffering.
When it comes to young people and oral health prevention is much better than cure, we at the Oral Health Foundation are committed to putting this into practice through a variety of activities.
Through our specialized educational resources, we provide tens of thousands of young people with the skills and knowledge to have better oral health for life.
From story books and motivators to bespoke tooth packs with everything a range or age group needs to take care of their oral health, oursmeet the requirements of every young person.
If we can help prevent oral health problems in children, we will go a long way toward improving oral health for generations to come.
Whether it’s their first tooth or a visit to the dentist, a child’s early experiences with oral health can affect the rest of their life. ‘
That The program contains a range of educational resources for Early Childhood Education, Key Level One and Key Level Two, including activity sheets, lesson plans, and interactive presentations. All are free to download to take with you to class.
Dental Buddy is about forging vital connections between schools and local dental offices, and building relationships between teachers and dentists so we can increase the time we spend teaching children about oral health.
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The Oral Health Foundations services go out of their way to ensure that everyone has the right education and tools to ensure that we can provide every young person with the tools to care for themselves.
As a fully self-funded charity, the Oral Health Foundation relies on your generous support to continue our important mission of bringing better oral health to all.
With your donation, you join a variety of wonderful people and organizations who are passionate about what we believe in and for which they work tirelessly.