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Happy teeth program

 

Overview

The Happy teeth program, developed by early childhood specialists and oral health professionals, is designed specifically for young children. To prevent tooth decay and gum disease, daily tooth brushing habits and healthy eating should commence early in life.

Contacts

Queensland Health
Oral Health Unit
GPO Box 48
Brisbane QLD 4001
Phone: (07) 3131 6826
Fax: (07) 3131 6783
Email: oral_health@health.qld.gov.au

Related publications

Happy teeth program resources (2006)

Queensland Health

The Happy teeth program was developed by early childhood specialists and oral health professionals especially for the early childhood setting. The program is based on evidence that healthy teeth and gums are important for good health. In order to prevent tooth decay and gum disease, daily tooth brushing habits and healthy eating should commence early in life. The Happy teeth resource kit includes a DVD, CD, stickers, pamphlets and posters.

Abstract adapted from the Queensland Health website

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Last updated: 15 September 2010
 
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