Dental Students Brush Up On Their Drama Skills to Teach the Importance of ‘Teeth for Life’

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“Dancing against decay,” that’s the latest approach students at the Charles Sturt School of Dentistry and Medical Sciences are taking to help educate pre-school and primary school children on the importance of caring for their ‘teeth for life’.

The students have been rolling out a pilot program to schools in Orange recently to help counteract the alarming child tooth decay rates. The interactive presentation focusses on fun, encouraging the students to engage on a pathway of prevention.

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