Marshall makes dental hygiene fun

Senior Dental Hygienist Diane Lowe said the children particularly enjoy the pop-up dental clinic visit under Dr Tooth’s careful supervision.

Senior Dental Hygienist Diane Lowe said the children particularly enjoy the pop-up dental clinic visit under Dr Tooth’s careful supervision.

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Marshall Orthodontics has provided a complimentary Dental Awareness Program to primary schools in the local area for many years.

The program is designed to educate students on the importance of preventative dental care and is delivered in a fun, interactive, and educational way.

Senior Dental Hygienist Diane Lowe said the children particularly enjoy the pop-up dental clinic visit under Dr Tooth’s careful supervision.

“They all enjoy being part of the dental team dressing up in jackets, gloves and glasses and role playing a visit to the dentist.”

The team at Marshall Orthodontics wants to highlight the importance of good oral hygiene to children at a young age.

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“Being able to touch and feel the instruments and equipment helps to show them that the experience can be fun and reinforces the importance of regular dental check-ups,” Ms Lowe said.

The ideal age for orthodontic assessment is nine years old and no referral is necessary.

Dr Ken Marshall and his team believe that Marshall Orthodontics is the benchmark for quality orthodontic care. 

The specialist Orthodontists have many years’ experience treating dental malocclusions and creating beautiful smiles.

Visit www.marshallorthodontics.com.au to view some patient treatment outcomes and frequently asked questions or phone 4739 8188 to find out how we can help you.

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