Educating your members’ and their families about good oral hygiene habits can produce healthy smiles for a lifetime. Kids and teens want to look their best, and a bright, healthy smile is a big part of making them happy. Here are some helpful websites and links to keep kids on the right track to a healthy mouth.
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.
An award-winning website created by the American Dental Association designed to be informative, fun and easy to use. 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.
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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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.
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Fact or Fiction Teens Quiz