The Easter egg aftermath

Even though Easter is behind us the munching of our Easter eggs may still continue throughout the week.  So it is particularly important to take care of our oral health that this sweet time of year.

Striking a balance between letting your child indulge on their treats and keeping an eye on their consumption is the best way to make sure their oral health doesn't suffer. It is how often, not how much sugary food and drink is consumed that causes oral health problems.

To help, the British Dental Health Foundation is offering the following tips and advice to help make Easter a treat for everyone.

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