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HKU SPACE 1pm Lunch Talk - Am I doing the right thing for my kids’ teeth? Five things that your dentist wishes you to know before it’s too late
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- 26Nov 2021 (Fri)13:00 - 14:00 Free
- Dr. Chung Wing Yan, Anne
Dr. Chung Wing Yan, Anne
Dental Officer, Oral Health Education Division, Department of Health.
Dr. Chung works on oral health promotion at the Oral Health Education Division and chairside on patients at a government dental clinic. She graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry of HKU in 2006 and obtained the Master of Science in Community Dentistry with distinction in 2012. She obtained the Membership in Dental Public Health of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons and Membership in the specialty of Community Dentistry of the College of Dental Surgeons of Hong Kong in 2017. She won the Best Research Paper Award for Behavioral, Epidemiological and Health Services Research in the 26th International Association for Dental Research South-East Asia (IADR-SEA) Division.
Being a mother of a 4-year-old son, Dr Chung understands the worries faced by parents on the upbringing of their children. Therefore, she hopes to share with you the knowledge and experience of looking after her child’s teeth. She is currently the Secretary of the Oral Health Education and Service Committee and a member of the Professional Volunteer Service Committee of the Hong Kong Dental Association. She has been actively involved in oral health promotion programmes, with a wide range of target audience including children with special care needs, adolescents and the general public. She is especially proficient in promoting oral health via various mass media channels.
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Parents have a tough time knowing how much dental care their kids need: When should I schedule my child’s first trip to the dentist? What toothpaste should I choose for my child? How can I help my child prevent cavities? What do I expect when my child’s teeth start to shed? Parents in Hong Kong are already so much overwhelmed by their children’s caring demands, growth and developmental needs, schooling, parenting practices etc., it could be really frustrating if their children are haunted by the agony of dental diseases and the fear of dental treatment. This lecture will walk you through how you as a parent could help your child take good care of their teeth and the tips to let them take charge of their teeth. I assure you that they will be chewing like a champ for the rest of their lives if they know the five things to treat their teeth kindly as early as they could.