Make smart decisions when you:
Adopt good oral hygiene habits
from early in life and have regular dental check-ups. This helps you maintain optimal oral health into old age and ensures you live not only a longer life, but also one free from the physical pain and often emotional suffering caused by oral disease.
Safeguard your oral health,
which has a positive impact on your general health and well-being, helping you live a better quality of life into old age.
Avoid risk factors
such as tobacco, harmful use of alcohol and unhealthy diets – especially those rich in sugar – which helps protect your oral health and prevent other conditions such as heart disease and stroke, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases and diabetes.
Understand good oral health is much more than a nice smile
and oral disease can impact every aspect of your life – including your ability to perform basic functions.
Get involved with World Oral Health Day activities on 20 March,
and demonstrate your commitment to protect your own and your family’s oral health.