Smile Bright at Kids Dental Day

Kids have the most beautiful and infectious smiles that win every heart. Those little pearlies are capable to melt anyone. After a hard Day’s work, when parents come back home, kiddies with flashing teeth make the stress disappear. But…

Are we doing enough to take care of these teeth? Just like adults, even kids get decay, sensitive teeth, weak gums and bad breath. Right brushing habits and other oral hygiene good practices must be started early because teeth are precious and it’s not that we will keep getting new every now and then.

Qiren Organisation and Luminous Dental Group Holdings proudly present Kids Dental Day.

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Oral health is crucial right from the childhood and this event highlights the importance of the same in the most fun way! It’s happening during March holidays so kids and parents both can participate.

Kids Dental Day will help children develop confidence and overcome any fear that they may have at the dentist. Children will get to learn through many fun and engaging ways on dental care and oral hygiene.

Find all the details below:

Kids Dental Day

Date: 15 March 2018 10 am to 1pm
Registration starts at 9.45am
Age Group : 4-12 years

Register here.

Goodie bags will be given to the first 50 registered participants, so register asap.
*** Registered attendees will be given a free dental check by our dentists.

Activities happening during Kids Dental Day:

  • Dental Check
  • Basics of Tooth Brushing
  • Tooth Fairy Colouring
  • Dentist Role play for kids
  • Join the Dots
  • Story Telling
  • Good Tooth Bad Tooth
  • Word Search
  • Dressup & Photobooth

Kids Dental Day, Qiren Organisation, Luminous Dental, RainbowDiaries

Looks exciting? Indeed it does. Register soon and see you there with your kids. Happy Smiling March Holidays!

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22 comments on “Smile Bright at Kids Dental Day”

  1. Tiffany Yong Reply

    I fear the dentist when I’m young and I know that it’s very expensive. Most of my tooth decays happened when I was in school so I’m happy that there’s a free dental checks for kids!

  2. Sharon Lee Reply

    It’s been a while since I visit Dentist! I love this special kids dental day for kids, time to bring your kids to do checkup for their teeth =)

  3. Racheal Loh Reply

    Nowadays children are so lucky. Not like our years as everyone so scare of dentist. I have seen a few and they are far away gentle than those days and not much pain can be felt. So children should clean their beautiful teeth too….

  4. Dreaming Loud Reply

    Oral hygiene is very important. My mom used to always tell me that when I was a Kid. I was a difficult kid when it comes to brushing, I used to hate it. This is a wonderful post and a very important reminder

  5. Erica Swedish Reply

    I had terrible teeth as a kid because I absolutely hated the dentist. I guess I saw it as a torture chamber. lol but I paid for it as an adult. Good dental care is just as important as going to the dr

  6. Parizan Mohd Zain Reply

    For me milk teeth is very important that’s why i’m always bring my daughter to dentist..lucky the doctor and staff are very friendly so she is not afraid at all..that was an amazing idea..thanks for sharing

  7. Preet Reply

    Kids Dental Day sounds like such an amazing event and awareness campaign too. With passing time, I feel it becomes part of kid’s routine to care for their teeth, this would be great for the them to know early in life about the importance of teeth and how to care for them.

  8. Elizabeth O Reply

    Early teeth health is so important, this was a great informative post for parents and children to read. I love the ideas

  9. Ithfifi Williams / IthinityBeauty Reply

    What a great event! You are right, teeth are precious. I absolutely hate mine (very weak and therefore damaged) and if I had children I would do everything in my power to stop them going through the upset I do. I think its amazing they are making the dental experience fun for little ones and not scary!

  10. Nisha Malik Reply

    Oral hygiene is very important. When it comes to kids it’s bit difficult but becomes more crucial. Thanks for sharing your insights

  11. Joanna Davis Reply

    It sounds like a great initiative to teach children about the importance of brushing their teeth correctly every day. And goodie bags are always a great incentive for it.

  12. Nati Reply

    It’s great that you mention this! Here in Switzerland “teeth issues are considered as aesthetic problems rather than concerning health”. :O
    You would have seen my eyes haven’t been wider when I heard my boy’s teacher saying that. It is true and many people go to neighbor countries to visit the dentist (France, Germany, Italy). It is outrageous, you know I’m not talking about a remote village in the middle of Africa. I’m talking about Switzerland!!! Which is a rich country! An event like this one would be perfect to make people open their eyes.

  13. acraftymix Reply

    That sounds like such an amazing idea. Wish I was closer to drag my kids along. It’s always such a struggle to remind them and those beautiful teeth need to last a long time too.

  14. kumamonjeng Reply

    Many people think milk teeth arent that important but it is so wrong. I am glad you have hilight the Kids Dental Day and bring awareness to the parents! If we expose them to dentist earlier, kids wont be worried and afraid of going to dentist at all. Make it a fun day!

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