Posters, pamphlets and other resources on oral health.
This poster outlines the guidance provided to caregivers on providing daily routine care for older people’s natural teeth in the Healthy Mouth, Healthy Ageing publication.
This poster outlines the guidance provided to caregivers on providing daily routine care for older people’s dentures in the Healthy Mouth, Healthy Ageing publication.
The following resources are available from the HealthEd website.
This brochure provides an explanation of the free basic oral health service available from birth until the eighteenth birthday, together with advice on good oral health practices such as cleaning and looking after teeth and healthy food for healthy teeth.
This brochure has been produced in seven languages – English, Māori, Samoan, Tongan, Tokelauan, Cook Island Maori and Niuean. Copies of the brochure in all these languages can be ordered through the HealthEd website.
In pads of 25 for ease of health professional or teacher distribution, this leaflet outlines the signs, causes and care of gum disease to parents.
Caring for Teeth - Dental health and care of teeth, including the importance of good diet in preventing cavities and tooth decay. Illustrated pamphlet with short captions in English.
Let’s Talk Teeth posters
Two A3 posters, each in three different colours, promote the free oral health services for children and adolescents and the 0800 Talk Teeth number.
Resources for new migrants
This pamphlet is illustrated, with short captions in English. It explains how to care for teeth and the importance of good diet in preventing cavities and tooth decay.
This poster is about taking care of your teeth, showing foods and drinks which promote or damage oral health.
Water fluoridation resources
A pamphlet explaining fluoride and fluoridation, with answers to commonly asked questions.
New Zealand Dental Association
Keeping Your Teeth for a Lifetime ... Easy As
Available from the Healthy Smiles website.
Keep Your Smile Looking Good ... Easy As wallet cards (PDF, 216 KB)
Available in bulk on request – contact the New Zealand Dental Association (09 579 8001).