News & blogs News Sing-a-Long to our National Smile Month Songs! 25 May 2017 National Smile Month is in full swing and we’ve seen a fantastic start to the campaign. Thousands of people across the country are getting involved by promoting positive oral hygiene messages while at the same time putting smiles on lots of faces. Undoubtedly, one of the highlights of this year’s campaign so far is our two official campaign songs provided by Health Matters Education, a group who are dedicated to improving the health, fitness and well-being of children across the country. We are so excited to share with you two amazing songs which can be used to spread fantastic oral health messages: If All My Teeth Could Talk Brush Twice A Day These terrific tunes have been chosen as official National Smile Month songs. It’s great to have such a wonderful soundtrack for this fun-filled month. Both songs are incredibly effective in spreading key oral health messages that National Smile Month is all about. Have a listen below to hear for yourselves the important messages in the songs: Whether you’re a parent, teacher or childminder, use these songs to bring oral health education to children throughout National Smile Month and beyond. The sooner children get in to good oral health habits the better it tends to be for the rest of their lives, these songs are a wonderful way to do just this and are a great tool which can be used for the benefit of their oral health now and in the years to come. Both songs are also available to purchase as part of an educational pack from the lovely people at Health Matters Education, with a portion of the proceeds sent to support National Smile Month. Over the course of the month we aim to deliver our three key oral health messages. Brush your teeth last thing at night and at least one other time during the day, with a fluoride toothpaste. Cut down on how often you have sugary foods and drinks. Visit the dentist regularly – as often as they recommend. Let us know what you think of our National Smile Month songs and don’t forget to let us know how you’re getting involved with this year’s campaign.