Patient Education

Inside the Patient Education section, you will find websites DenteMax recommends to gather instructional information for your patients along with a list for our top 5 favorite patient education articles.

Proctor & Gamble: dentalcare.com
Customizable PDF handouts cover 17 topics and are available in up to 20 different languages. They also have oral health instructional videos and materials developed specifically for children. Finally, they offer resources to enhance communication with your patients.
dentalcare.com

Mouth Healthy™
An award-winning website created by the American Dental Association designed to be informative, fun and easy to use to your patients and their families. The site is broken down for all ages groups including pregnancy, babies and kids, teens, adults under 40, adults 40-60 and adults over 60.
mouthhealthy.org


DenteMax’s Top 5 Favorite Patient Education Articles
How do I care for my child's teeth?
Babies are born with all their teeth. You can't see them because they are hidden in the gums. Baby teeth start to break through the gums around 6 months. But it is important to start good oral care even before the first tooth comes in. From healthy gums come healthy teeth.
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Source: dentalcare.com

Adults Over 60
Just 60 years ago, it was an assumption that as we age we would lose our natural teeth. But, that’s not the case for today’s older adults who are keeping their natural teeth longer than ever before. A healthy mouth and teeth help you look good, eat delicious and nutritious foods, and speak clearly and confidently. Being mouth healthy is essential for good quality of life.
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Source: mouthhealthy.org

Why are regular dental visits important?
Regular dental visits are important because they help keep your teeth and gums healthy. You should have a regular dental visit at least every 6 months.
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Source: dentalcare.com

Dental Emergencies
Accidents happen, and knowing what to do when one occurs can mean the difference between saving and losing a tooth. Here are some common dental emergencies and how to deal with them. For all dental emergencies, it’s important to visit your dentist as soon as possible. Most dentists reserve time in their daily schedules for emergency patients so be sure to call your dentist and provide as much detail as you can about your condition. If the accident occurs when your dental office is not open, visit your local emergency room.
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Source: mouthhealthy.org

Make Brush Time Fun Time
Dudley the Dinosaur is the American Dental Association’s prehistoric mascot. Join Dudley and friends to learn about brushing, flossing, eating healthy snacks and preventing tooth decay!
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Source: mouthhealthykids.org


DenteMax, LLC (DenteMax) is not an affiliate of DentalCare.com, American Dental Association or Mouth Healthy™. DenteMax is offering access to course work and classes of those companies ONLY AND SPECIFICALLY, DENTEMAX MAKES  NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND REGARDING THE GOODS AND SERVICES OFFERED.