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MouthHealthy.org is live on the Web

Practices urged to display promotional card in office

Image: Dr. Lopez Howell
Dr. Lopez Howell
The ADA’s new consumer website, MouthHealthy.org, is here, and the July 16 ADA News contains a promotional tent card that dentists can use to promote the website to patients.

An English/Spanish tent card is available, too. To request one, email mouthhealthy@ada.org.

Other promotional items are also available, including a flyer for dentists to distribute and a Web button that can be used on members’ practice websites to link to MouthHealthy.org.

Download the promotional items at ADA.org/membercenter.

MouthHealthy.org brings a wealth of information on dental health that helps dentists communicate with patients and ensures that patients have the best information in order to make informed decisions about their oral health.

MouthHealthy.org provides the timely and credible oral health information on prevention, care and treatment people are looking for with in-depth content, new videos and a highly engaging presentation for visitors.

The public can find:

  • oral health information by life stages, from pregnancy and babies through adults over 60;
  • A-Z topics with videos;
  • ADA Seal of Acceptance products;
  • tips and activities to make oral health care fun for kids;
  • ADA Find-a-Dentist to help them find an active licensed ADA member dentist in their area.

With one click, MouthHealthy.org is also available in Spanish.

Image: Web button: To link directly to MouthHealthy.org, members can download this Web button (above) for use on their own websites
Web button: To link directly to MouthHealthy.org, members can download this Web button (above) for use on their own websites

 The ADA organized a June 28 satellite media tour for the launch of MouthHealthy.org in which ADA consumer advisor Dr. Maria Lopez Howell answered questions on first dental visits, frequency of brushing and flossing, fluoride and nutrition, and encouraged viewers and listeners to visit the new website. Spanish-speaking media outlets accounted for half the 27 interviews performed.

“There’s a quiz on MouthHealthy.org, ‘Brush Up on Your Dental IQ,’ ” Dr. Howell said in one interview. “We encourage you to take the quiz and find out what you know about your oral health but more importantly, what you don’t know.”