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Dental Health Week 2017

As part of Dental Health Week this year our lovely Oral Health Therapist Patricia and Sam our bubbly Receptionist went on a trip to visit the K-2 students at Wyong Primary School.

Dental Health Week is a major annual event aimed to educate Australians about the importance of maintaining good oral health in every aspect of their lives. Patricia and Sam spent time with the students learning how to brush, how to floss, which foods are good and which foods are bad for your teeth, as well as the overall importance of good oral health.

It is very important for good oral care to start as soon as your child’s first baby tooth erupts from the gum. This is also when you should first bring them to see a Dentist or Oral Health Therapist to get them used to the environment.

The students greatly enjoyed having Patricia and Sam visit to make learning about oral hygiene interesting and fun! We can’t wait to go back!

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