Strong Teeth Make Strong Kids

Oral-B Strong Teeth Make Strong Kids

Strong Teeth Make Strong Kids was created with your practice and your patients in mind. Supported by University of Leeds, this initiative highlights the importance of oral health, and encourages great oral care habits from the first tooth. Access the implementation guide here and to order your materials please email customerservice@dentalcare.co.uk or call 08702421850

Visit the 'Resources' tab to download and print useful materials for parents and carers.

RESOURCES
Resources
PRODUCTS
Products
PARENT ASSESSMENT
Parent assessment

Resources

Clinical Team Flowchart

CLINICAL TEAM FLOWCHART

Guide and structure the conversation between you and the parent or carer during the appointment to help identity specific oral care barriers faced by each family.

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Tooth Decay

MOTIVATIONAL LAMINATE

Helps bring awareness to the importance of having good oral health so parents and carers are motivated to change their child's brushing behaviour for the better.

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Brushing Form

BRUSHING FROM 1st TOOTH TO 5 YEARS

Useful information for parents on how to brush a child's teeth, including how much toothpaste to use and how to hold them when brushing, and more.

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Rushing Fun for Children

MAKING BRUSHING FUN FOR CHILDREN

Practical tips to help parents and carers get their children excited about brushing.

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Healthy Eating

HEALTHY EATING CAN HELP PROTECT TEETH

Helps parents and carers understand which foods and drinks are safe for teeth and which recommended nutritional practices are better for oral health.

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Friends and Family

FRIENDS AND FAMILY CAN SUPPORT HEALTHY HABITS

Created to help parents start the conversation with carers about cultivating health oral care habits for their child while they are away.

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Product

SELECT THE BEST BRUSHING REGIMEN FOR YOUR CHILD'S AGE RANGE

PARENT ASSESSMENT

Use this assessment to test the oral health knowledge of parents and carers and download or print relevant materials for the future references.

QUESTION 1

My child should visit the dentist once their first tooth appears.

Please select from one of the above options

Great Job!

It is recommended to take your child to the dentist once their first tooth appears. This can help prevent future tooth decay and other oral health concerns.

Nice Try!

It is recommended to take your child to the dentist once their first tooth appears. This can help prevent future tooth decay and other oral health concerns.

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