This month-long celebration brings together dental professionals from all around the nation to highlight the importance of children’s dental health.
To celebrate Kids’ Dental Health Month, we’ve created a Kool Smiles Activity Booklet to make it easy for you to teach your child about dental topics, including the following:
Not only will this activity book be fun for your child, but it will also support everything that the dentist will teach your child about oral health when they come in for a check-up.
In this booklet, you will find coloring sheets, fun facts, comics, and more to keep your children entertained while they learn about dental health.
At Kool Smiles, we know that the key to lifelong dental health starts with regular dental visits and education early in childhood. That’s why Kids Dental Health Month was created, after all!
When you bring your children to Kool Smiles, they have access to caring dentists and a professional staff that goes above and beyond to ensure that they know how to take care of their teeth.
>Our professionals will make sure that your children know:
With a better understanding of dental hygiene and oral health, your child will have a better chance of having a healthy smile for the long term.
For more information about Kids Dental Health Month, call your local Kool Smiles office today and learn how to get involved.
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