Last quote by Nigel Hunt
In a nation which offers free dental care for under 18s, there should be no excuse for these statistics. Yet we know from parents we speak to that there is widespread confusion, even in advice given to them by NHS staff, about when a child should first visit the dentist. Every child should have free and easy access to dental care from the point when their first teeth appear in the mouth. If a first dental visit results in a stressful, traumatic experience, this could have a serious life-long effect on a child's willingness to engage in the dental process.feedback
Jun 08 2017
Nigel Hunt has most recently been quoted in an article called Rise in removals of rotting milk teeth fuelled by children's sugary diet. Nigel Hunt said, “Children can eat their daily amount of sugar at mealtimes with no problem, but constantly snacking between meals and bathing their teeth in fizzy drinks gives them no chance.”. Nigel Hunt has been quoted a grand total of 5 times in 3 articles.
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Quotes by Nigel Hunt
Mar 21 2017
Children can eat their daily amount of sugar at mealtimes with no problem, but constantly snacking between meals and bathing their teeth in fizzy drinks gives them no chance.feedback
Mar 21 2017
When you see the numbers tallied up like this it becomes abundantly clear that the sweet habits of our children is having a devastating effect on the state of their teeth. Removal of teeth, especially in hospital under general anaesthetic, it not to be taken lightly.feedback
Jan 03 2017
We need a culture change in offices and other workplaces that encourages healthy eating and helps workers avoid caving in to sweet temptations such as cakes, sweets and biscuits.feedback
Jan 03 2017
Managers want to reward staff for their efforts, colleagues want to celebrate special occasions and workers want to bring back a gift from their holidays. While these sweet treats might be well meaning, they are also contributing to the current obesity epidemic and poor oral health.feedback
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