Bringing a smile to Amble
To show their support, the team of specially trained oral health educators at Amble Dental Practice will be holding a smile on a stick session in its waiting room on 30th May 2013 from 1pm that aims to put the smile into National Smile Month. In opening their doors to the public, the team hope to raise awareness of how important oral health is.”
Dr Thomas from Amble Dental Practice said: “National Smile Month is an excellent opportunity to bring an element of fun to a serious issue”.
“Good oral health is vital for a healthy smile as well as a healthy body, and we’ll be spreading that message at our open day.”
The Foundation’s Chief Executive Dr Nigel Carter OBE said: “I’m delighted that Amble Dental Practice has joined the many schools, colleges, health professionals and other dental practices in engaging with National Smile Month. It is a great reflection of local community spirit and an excellent way to promote good oral health.
“Taking place from 20 May to 20 June, the campaign is an ideal opportunity to learn about oral health in a fun and positive way.
“By making an event as fun and imaginative as possible, we hope it will inspire more people to join in the fun than ever before while delivering the Foundation’s three key messages for good oral health of brush for two minutes twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste, cut down on how often you have sugary foods and drinks and visit the dentist regularly – as often as they recommend.”
Amble Dental Practice, The Manse, 45 High Street, Amble, Northumberland NE65 0LE
Tel 01665 710678
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For more information please visit www.smilemonth.org.