Campaign

Día Mundial de la Salud Bucodental

El Centro Nacional de Programas Preventivos y Control de Enfermedades (CENAPRECE) a través del Programa de Nacional de Salud Bucal, hace una invitación a todas las Instituciones del Sector Salud, Asociaciones Gremiales, Universidades y Facultades, así como a los 32 Responsables Estatales del Programa de Salud Bucal,  a redoblar esfuerzos este 20 de marzo del 2019, “Día Mundial de la Salud Bucodental” e intensificar las acciones preventivas y difundir a través de sus medios de comunicación el mensaje de “Cepíllate los dientes al menos tres veces al día”, así como el lema de

Open Wide and Step Inside

Open Wide and Step Inside is a joint project between Peninsula Dental Social Enterprise and community health charity Well Connected. The project has been pilot tested with local Plymouth (Devon, UK) primary schools over the last five years, made possible with funding from The Wrigley Company Foundation and King Baudouin Fund, and has now been commercially launched to support the importance of oral health amongst the younger population through an fun and interactive animated film alongside teacher, children and dentist support resources.

Oral Health for All

We will promote a special day for microcephaly children and their parents with dental check-up & oral health counseling, teaching special tooth brushing techniques and giving dietary advise.

In our study group (GRUPAM – Group for Research and Support for Microcephaly) 135 children are attended,  from  5  states of Brazil.

 

World Oral Health Day with SADS

We are celebrating World Oral Health Day through variety of events .

 

Starting on Saturday 16th of March 2019 :

In this day , an enlightenment lecture is presented to highlight the importance of this day and to increase the knowledge of the volunteers to prepare them for providing awareness .

 

Sunday 17th of March 2019

Oral Health Awareness- Mississippi

The Mississippi State Department of Health -Office of Oral Health will partner with Hinds Behavioral Health Services on #WOHD2019 to provide oral health education to participants in order to bring awareness of Oral Health and Overall Health.  Participants will be provided oral health information with special focus on good brushing tips, finding a dental home, and the importance of reducing sugary drinks.  

Día Mundial de la Salud Bucodental

El Centro Nacional de Programas Preventivos y Control de Enfermedades (CENAPRECE) a través del Programa de Nacional de Salud Bucal, hace una invitación a todas las Instituciones del Sector Salud, Asociaciones Gremiales, Universidades y Facultades, así como a los 32 Responsables Estatales del Programa de Salud Bucal,  a redoblar esfuerzos este 20 de marzo del 2019, “Día Mundial de la Salud Bucodental” e intensificar las acciones preventivas y difundir a través de sus medios de comunicación el mensaje de “Cepíllate los dientes al menos tres veces al día”, así como el lema de

World oral day

World Oral day

Nigerial medical students association standing comitte on public health will be visiting primary schools across rural areas in Nigeria with the aim of giving a talk on oral hygiene and distributiing over 10000 toothbrushes to the primary school children in these rural areas.

 

Live Public awareness talk through radio station,Women’s Dental Council Palakkad

On behalf of World Oral Health Day,Women’s wing of Indian Dental Association,Palakkad branch conducting a live talk show holding the 2019 campaign theme’Say Ahh:Act on Mouth Health’.We raise our voice to deliver the message;Better Teeth Better Health,through the most available media even in the rural areas,along with public interaction in Ahalia Voice 90.4FM radio station.

‘Act on Mouth Health’

Committed to helping raise awareness about the importance of optimal oral health and about good oral hygiene practices, the International Sweeteners Association (ISA) supports FDI World Dental Federation in celebrating World Oral Health Day 2019, and in spreading the message that “if you Act on Mouth Health it will also have a positive impact on your general health and well-being”.

SIBAR’s ‘Say Ahh’ awareness rally – A Rural Outreach (Namburu)

•It is certain that rural population have a geographical disadvantage with regard to access to oral health care services. However, it is equally true that the magnitude of oral health neglect is comparatively higher in rural areas.

•In complete support to FDI’s initiative to promote oral health in general with specific emphasis on vulnerable population, an oral health awareness campaign “Say Ahh – A Rural outreach”  was organised by the Department of Public Health Dentistry, SIBAR Institute of Dental Sciences in Namburu, a village in the field practice area of the institution.