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February is used by the American Dental Association (American Dental Association, ADA for its acronym in English) to warn people about the importance of oral health.
That’s why this month is known as the National Children’s Dental Health Month (Month National Oral Health of Children) or the abbreviations: ncdhm, which broadcasts messages and materials who have reached millions of people in communities along the country.
The organization believes that developing good habits at an early age and through a program of regular dental visits helps children get a good start in your dental health for life.
It was recalled that the 2012 national campaign of ncdhm joins thousands of dedicated dental profesionaes the country, employees and voluntadios dedicated to health care and promoters of this field in general, to raise awareness for children and adults, students, teachers, parents and communities on the priority of dental health.
It was also announced that this year, this national organization has started its campaign under the slogan or ‘slogan’ of “ROCK YOUR SMILE ‘(Maximize your smile).
For this Month National Children’s Dental Health, The American Dental Association is celebrating its 10th. Anniversary of Give Kids a Smile Program (Program Gives Children a Smile), which provides free dental care and education for children in need.
Indicated in the same sense that about 80 percent of dental caries in the United States is suffered by 25 percent of the nation’s children, according to data provided by the National Institutes of Health (National Institute of Health)
According to a recent survey published by the American Dental Association, the primary reason for the dental enfermendades population is the high price you have to pay to have a regular and proper dental care, which many can not afford.
Therefore, organizations are cooperating in this national campaign, involving general practitioners, specialists and health professionals in most disciplines, who act as a true interdisciplinary group.