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Numerous opportunities exist for dental professionals to educate the public about improving and maintaining oral health. Events such as National Children’s Dental Health Month, Give Kids a Smile events, school career days, and school and community health fairs provide excellent opportunities for dentists to provide students, teachers and parents to learn more about dental health. With proper dental health lessons that start at an early age, they will learn what teeth are and what they do, as well as why it is so important to take care of them. Teaching Dental Health to Young Children. Regardless of age, children and . For questions about our School-Based Oral Health Program, you can call our coordinator at () If you or your child need assistance enrolling in health insurance, please call to learn more about our Health Insurance Navigators and how we can help you enroll in a health plan: () Natick School Dental Program: GPH runs a town wide school-based dental program for grade school children within all five public elementary schools in Natick. During the school year, children received oral health education, 99 received oral screenings and fluoride, and sealants were placed on 34 children.
The ADA believes that it's never too early to begin oral health education and screening. By sharing these sample presentations and resources with your class, you can help educate students of all ages think about and discuss the importance of dental health. – School Health Dental Screening Sur-veillance Report. Lincoln, NE: Nebraska Depart-ment of Health and Human Services, Maternal, through fourth grades in 47 elementary schools to measure the extent of untreated tooth decay, caries experience, prevalence of dental sealants, and need for oral health care. Additional topics. Kwan SY, Petersen PE, Pine CM, Borutta A. Health-promoting schools: an opportunity for oral health promotion. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 83(9)– Griffin SO, Wei L, Gooch BF, Weno K, Espinoza L. Vital signs: dental sealant use and untreated tooth decay among U.S. school-aged children. Teachers, students, and dentists concerned with dental health may use the dental inspection as a fact-finding experience. 5. Baseline and cumulative data for evaluation of the school dental health program are made available. 6. Provides information as to the status of dental needs to plan a sound dental health program.
school health program (CSH) is that working in partnership with health agencies, community institutions, and families, schools and communities can create a seamless web of education and services that lowers the barriers to the learning experience for many of today’s young people. (Phi Delta Kappan Special Report, ). A school-based dental health screening and referral program in the state of New York is described. The program provides examinations to children and referrals for those in need of treatment. By encouraging the dental health program, school officials serve as positive role models. Since screenings are conducted at a local level, community interest and interaction . School Based Dental Program The Office of Dental Health provides free preventive dental sealant services to 2 nd and 5 th grade students enrolled in selected elementary schools in Berkeley. These services include; oral screenings, sealants, polishing, fluoride varnish, and individual oral health hygiene education. Cavity Free Kids is oral health education for young children – from birth through age 5 – and their families. It is designed for use in Head Start and Early Head Start, child care, preschool, home visiting, and other programs. Cavity Free Kids includes a rich collection of lessons, activities, stories, songs and other resources that.