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National Tooth Fairy Day Visit to The Learning Experience!

National Tooth Fairy Day comes once a year on February 28 and the entire month of February is both National Children's Dental Health Month and American Heart Health Month! And if you don't already know - your oral health can directly affect your heart health.

While HealthLink is always looking for new ways to get out in the community and educate caregivers and children on the importance of oral health, February seems extra special with these awareness days!

We do not serve children directly here at the clinic, but we do have a strong commitment to education!

This year we ended National Children's Dental Health Month and celebrated National Tooth Fairy Day by visiting the kindergarteners and preschoolers at The Learning Experience and teaching them all about brushing, flossing, and good oral hygiene! They even got to have a virtual story time with the Tooth Fairy herself AND help Bubbles (The Learning Experience mascot) properly brush his teeth!

QUICK TIP - If you or your kiddos are struggling to brush for two full minutes (because it can be hard for us grown-ups too) make it fun and listen to these great songs together while brushing. Two minutes will fly by before you know it!

  1. “I’m Happy Just to Dance with You” – the Beatles

  2. “Lazing on a Sunday afternoon” – Queen

  3. “Happy Together” – The Turtles

  4. “Heartbreak Hotel” – Elvis Presley

  5. “I Can’t Stand Up for Falling Down” – Elvis Costello & The Attractions

  6. “Fell in Love With a Girl” – The White Stripes

  7. “You Really Got Me” – The Kinks

  8. “Come On Everybody” – Eddie Cochran

If you are working and don't have dental insurance, we would love to help you on your way to great oral health (which leads to great overall health) here at our free clinic. Click here to view eligibility requirements and learn how to apply.


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