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Dental and Oral Health
Key oral health messages
- Brush your teeth twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste
- Limit sugary foods and drinks as much as possible and keep to a meal time
- Visit a Dentist regularly, as often as they recommend
Oral Health services in Glasgow include:
- General Dental Service
- NHS Registered Dental Practices – Click here to
The oral health family within the CHP is made up of the Childsmile Team, the Oral Health Action Team and the Primary 1 and 2 Toothbrushing Dental Health Educators.
The Childsmile Team can help families with children aged 0-2 years to register with a Dentist and provide information on oral health prevention and promotion. The Oral Health Team work closely with nurseries to promote good oral health with families and children aged 0-5 years. This includes the Smile Too toothbrushing programme. Smile Too is a holistic approach to oral health and healthy eating within a nursery setting, and includes daily supervised toothbrushing aimed at all children.
Our staff also work with families and children, around other health promoting activities including healthy eating and work with a range of other health professionals and community organisations to promote good oral health behaviours. Click here, for more information on
Oral Health Team, contact details:
Oral Health Team, Mansionhouse Unit, 100 Mansionhouse Rd, Glasgow G41 3DX. Tel: 232 9649
North West Sector
Oral Health Team, West House, Gartnavel Royal Hospital, 1055 Great Western Road, G12 0XH. Tel: 0141 211 0263. Email:
North East Sector
Oral Health Team, Cairnbrook Centre, 101 Cairnbrook Rd, Easterhouse, G34 0NB Tel: 0141 781 2117
Glasgow City Council provides a toothbrushing programme for children in Primary 1 and 2, through its Direct and Care Services. This is delivered in the school by a Primary 1 and 2 Toothbrushing Dental Health Educator.
NHS Registered Dental Practices and Community Dental Services provide care for children and other priority groups. Glasgow Dental Hospital and other sites provide secondary care on a referral basis. Other services include the Dental Public Health and Oral Health Promotion. All these service are managed and co-ordinated by the Oral Health Directorate of the Acute Division.
Children’s Dental Service (including facilities for Children with Special needs/Autism), Bridgeton Health Centre, 201 Abercromby Street, Glasgow G40 2DA. Tel: 0141 531 6517.
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