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Teaching the Importance of Good Oral Health to Kids


We all know that teaching the importance of good oral health to kids is the number one thing you can do to help patients create a lifetime of good dental habits.  But that can be difficult. Take a look at the CDA’s teaching resources for kids, which includes trivia and jokes that are good for social media, newsletters, and in-person to put a smile on your patients.


Here are some silly jokes and oral health trivia that teachers and parents can share with children.


  • Q: What did the vampire say after the dentist finished checking his teeth?
    A: Fang you very much!
  • Q: What do explorers call it when they go searching for fossil teeth?
    A: A molar expedition!
  • Q: Why didn’t the astronaut bring her toothbrush?
    A: She thought that the moon had no cavities!
  • Q: Why did the male deer visit the orthodontist?
    A: He wanted to get his buck teeth fixed!
  • Q: When the dentist went to the fair, what did he like even better than the roller coaster?
    A: The fluor “ride”!



  • An elephant’s tooth can weigh three kilograms? That’s heavier than a big jug of milk!
  • Even though whales are very big, some of them don’t have any teeth. Instead, they have rows of stiff hair like combs that take food out of the ocean.
  • Snails are very small but they can have thousands of tiny teeth all lined up in rows.
  • Minnows have teeth in their throat.
  • Rabbit teeth never stop growing. They are worn down by gnawing on bark and other hard foods.
  • Lemon sharks grow a new set of teeth every two weeks. They grow more than 24,000 new teeth every year!
  • Every year in China, people celebrate a special holiday called “Love Your Teeth Day”.


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