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New Resources to Support Supervised Toothbrushing Programmes and Tackle Tooth Decay
New Resources to Support Supervised Toothbrushing Programmes and Tackle Tooth Decay

Tooth decay remains very common in young children especially in those living in deprived areas. Tooth decay can be very painful, cause problems eating/sleeping and stop children attending early years settings.

There is a requirement within the Early Years Foundation Stage to promote good oral health to children and supervised toothbrushing programmes are an effective way to do this.

To make sure more children get to benefit from taking part in supervised toothbrushing programmes a new website has been developed, as part of a national research project, to include resources needed by all those involved in getting toothbrushing programmes set-up and running well.

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