BADT is delighted to highlight this campaign to increase awareness of the impact of dried fruit snacks on children’s teeth, especially when they are often seen as a healthy alternative to sweets and sugary snacks.
British Association of Dental Therapists
BADN are pleased to support Raisin Awareness. As dental professionals, our members understand the role a balanced diet plays in oral health, as well as the importance of instilling good habits from an early age.
British Association of Dental Nurses
This is a message that need to be conveyed to and parents and grandparents, schools and educators. An awareness of the dangers of snacking combined with good prevention will enable children to grow up cavity-free.
Caroline HollandDirector Caroline Holland Communications
“ I would definitely recommend other practices to get involved because it’s good for children, good for staff and well-being feeling."
Wail GirgisDentist at partnering practice
“It has only taken 30 minutes for the practice to implement”
Finance Team memberDental Practice
“Make sure you explain to the parents what you are doing and why so they will support the change and hopefully share the message at home."
Head TeacherPrimary School
“Give it a go- the children will surprise you”
TeacherSupervising snacks being eaten
“We have happily promoted our partnership with the school and this campaign via our website, social media and patient and staff emails. The social media posts have received lots of engagements, likes and shares."