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15 Free Videos, Kids Visit GarGar The Dentist, Promote Children's Oral Health Education - MouthWise Web Adventures 4 Kids.
Date:3/2/2010

MouthWise Oral HealthCare announces the opening of the oral health education program MouthWise Web Adventures 4 Kids. A web-based oral healthcare education resource for children aged 5 to 11 years, their parents, their schools and their teachers - or anyone wanting to help children prevent oral diseases. Promoting MouthWise Web Adventures 4 Kids is a series of 15 videos titled Kids Visit GarGar The Dentist each featuring the characters GarGar The Dentist and his animal friends. Kids Visit GarGar The Dentist videos have been uploaded to the company website where the DVD version will be available soon. Videos are also being uploaded to TheVideoDentist at You Tube and to similar web sites. Two recent press releases highlight the continuing high and unacceptable incidence of oral diseases in pre-school aged children. They indicate that the approach taken by authorities to prevent the occurrence of easily preventable oral diseases (tooth decay, gum diseases, bad breath, stained teeth, and bad smiles) continues to be based on the ancient instruction Brush Your Teeth.

Katherine, Northern Territory, Australia (PRWEB) March 2, 2010 -- MouthWise Web Adventures 4 Kids, a world wide web based MouthWise Oral HealthCare education resource, is a brain child of author, dentist, oral healthcare educator Dr Garth Pettit. Dr Pettit has released 15 videos titled Kids Visit GarGar The Dentist to promote MouthWise Web Adventures 4 Kids which he believes give kids their best possible oral health and oral healthcare education. MouthWise education is based on his oral hygiene instruction Treat Your Whole Mouth, not on the instruction Brush Your Teeth.

Dr Pettit believes Treat Your Whole Mouth is an ideal oral hygiene instruction that will help children more predictably to prevent common easily-preventable oral diseases such as tooth decay, gum diseases, bad breath stained teeth and bad smiles. But there is more to
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