Today we had the pleasure of visiting Woodview Elementary School for the continuation of National Children’s Dental Health Month!

This morning, our hygienist Ashley and our business manager Margaret went to speak with the AM kindergarteners and one of the first grade classes.

The AM K class was full of great students. They were such good listeners and they knew a lot about how to take care of their teeth.

The AM 4K class shows us how to brush!

The AM 4K class shows us how to brush!

Ashley demonstrating the best way to brush!

Ashley demonstrating the best way to brush!

We loved seeing the first graders, too! We saw a couple of friendly faces in the class, and many students had great stories that they shared with us.

The first graders made some excellent Baby Teeth!

The first graders made some excellent Baby Teeth!

1st graders brushing along

1st graders brushing along

The PM K class welcomed us with great stories, too. Everyone was eager to volunteer and share their experiences.

The PM 4K class

The PM 4K class

Such good brushers!

Such good brushers!

The second first grade class that we visited asked the best questions of the day! They wanted to know, “What is a filling made out of?” and “When was the first toothbrush?” They had a lot of questions about braces, too.

The first grade class

The first grade class

Lots of great questions!

Lots of great questions!

Thanks so much for hosting us again this year, Woodview! Your students are always so courteous and smart, and we loved visiting!

Next week the office will head down to the annual MidWinter Meeting in Chicago, so we had to push a few school presentations into March, including Kennedy Elementary School and Indian Hill Elementary School! Check back again soon!

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