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Despite improvement in the overall oral health of Americans, the CDC has reported a significant increase in dental caries among children ages 2-5 years, setting the stage for many young children to develop a lifetime of complications from poor oral health.
1) By the end of our campaign, 50% of the parents will report having increased their knowledge and skills of how to do teeth brushing and cavity checks. (SCT – Behavior Capability)
2) By the end of our campaign, 50% of the parents will have the confidence to perform oral health monitoring of their children. (SCT – Self-efficacy)
Text Message Library Age 2: Time: Message: 10:30am You can pass germs that may cause tooth decay to your child through saliva. Rinse with anti-bacterial mouthwash to reduce the number of cavity-causing bacteria. 3:00pm Do not share cups or eating utensils, pre-chew your child's food, or put a pacifier in your mouth before giving it to your child. 7:30pm Lift your child’s lip daily and look for white or brown spots on the front and back sides of teeth near the gum line. See a dentist if you notice changes.