Children and teenagers
Brush DJ is an award-winning, free toothbrush timer app that plays 2 minutes of music taken from the user’s device to encourage brushing for an effective length of time.
The British Society of Paediatric Dentistry have produced three child friendly videos to promote toothbrushing and prevention for children and young people.
The videos combine live action with computer animation. The aim is to give dental teams resources to share with parents and carers to inspire them to keep children’s teeth healthy. Particularly at this difficult time where access to dental care is limited. Dr Ranj- NHS doctor, TV presenter, author and celebrity contestant on “Strictly Come Dancing”stars in these videos with his sidekick Supertooth – the voice of actor Gemma Oaten who rose to fame in TV soap Emmerdale. They guide children in different age categories on how to brush teeth. The videos are aimed at parents of children aged 0-3, 3-6 and 7+
Pregnant mothers, nursing mothers and babies
Information about breastfeeding and dental health produced by Public Health England can be found here: www.gov.uk/government/publications/breastfeeding-and-dental-health/breastfeeding-and-dental-health#breastfeeding-and-dental-health.
Oral health conditions
Oral health podcasts
As part of National Smile Month the Oral Health Foundation have created a series of oral health podcasts. This mini-series consists of three podcasts that delve into different hot topics in the world of oral health.
In these podcasts, the Oral Health Foundation President, Dr Ben Atkins is joined by Dr Nigel Carter, Chief Executive of the Oral Health Foundation, and Dr Saoirse O’Toole, a Clinical Lecturer at King’s College London discuss healthy gums, diet and dental erosion.
You can download, listen and share these podcasts by clicking on the links below:
Last updated: July 6, 2020