Once again the Avalon Dental Team visited with the future of our community to help educate the importance of good oral hygiene and nutrition at First Colony Montessori. Lead by our hygienist Nguyet, office manager Michelle, and lead assistant Leslie, we helped the youngest members of our community learn about taking care of not only their teeth and gums, but also their bodies through good hygiene and nutrition.
Our team at Avalon Dental takes particular joy from meeting the community and educating everyone on good oral health. Although we are here to treat the various oral diseases, such as cavities and gum disease, we understand our value to our community lies in education to promote prevention.
During our trip to First Colony Montessori, we taught proper brushing and flossing techniques, components of a healthy diet, and what to expect a dental check-up.
We also invited the students to participate in our semi-annual coloring contest.
We would like to thank the wonderful team of teachers and administrators at First Colony Montessori for inviting us an accommodating us for this visit. To contact the school for enrollment please contact them via phone at:
First Colony Montessori
2229 Settlers Way Blvd
Sugar Land, TX 77478
And if you have any questions, concerns, or would like to invite our team to your school, office, or organization please feel free to contact our office manager, Michelle at:Avalon Dental Group PC
2205 Williams Trace Blvd
Sugar Land, TX 77478
Dental Topics: Prevention Through Education
The field of dentistry has benefitted greatly from the advancements in materials and technologies to help promote good oral health. Yet as a dentist myself, I've seen that my profession has embraced these new technologies at the risk of spending less time promoting "prevention through education." The truth is the healthiest mouths are not the mouths of the wealthiest people, but rather the mouths of educated people. This blog is my effort to educate the public and promote good oral health.