Daily Tooth-Brushing as Part of an Education Curricula

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Tooth decay is one of the most common reasons for non-emergency hospital admissions among children. As such, it is crucial to educate on good hygiene practices including daily tooth brushing in the school curriculum to improve oral hygiene and prevent tooth decay.

This webinar will highlight successful approaches and initiatives, including the “Mexico City - Access to Oral Health for Children” project facilitated by WFPHA, as well as debate the challenges of making oral health for children a human right. The main focus will be on school-based implementation through effective education and comprehensive actions.

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