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A tooth brushing program for Preps and Year One students will be rolled out across all Logan primary schools in a bid to reduce dental decay rates in children.
Logan residents now have access to an additional 15,000 dental appointments following the opening of a $4.3m expansion of public oral health services at the Logan Central Community Health
The QEII Dental Clinic has welcomed more than 750 young patients since introducing children’s appointments to the service in December 2016.
Metro South Oral Health has seen more than 4000 local children referred to its free public dental service since the launch of its Lift the Lip program in March 2016.
Metro South Oral Health Services has sterilised the first dental instruments at its new central sterilisation facility at the Logan Central Community Health Centre.
QEII Jubilee Hospital now offers children’s appointments at its dental clinic.
The QEII Hospital dental clinic has brought smiles to the faces of people living with a disability with an event to mark International Day of People with Disability.
Over 200 people received dental treatment in just one day at a special refugee dental fair hosted by Yeronga Oral Health Centre.
Queensland children will continue to benefit from free dental care, after a Federal Government program was extended through to the end of 2016.
A child oral health and awareness prevention program has been launched to give Queensland children a healthier start by reducing tooth decay through early intervention.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Owners of the lands on which our health care facilities now stand.
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