Chart showing names, locations and the time-to-expect permanent teeth for your child.  Dentaltown - Patient Education Ideas

Very handy chart showing names, locations and time-to-expect permanent teeth for your child or tween. Blessed Smile Dentistry of Yorba Linda

* Dentistry cupcakes!

2005 AZ Cake Show - * Dentistry cupcakes! Kinda makes me cringe in vomitrociousness, but thought you might like them ;

gah! teeth cupcakes!!! how fun!! para una fiesta de la facultad de odontologia, que divertido

Teeth cupcakes - perfect for a child who lost a tooth or a fried who recently graduated from hygiene/dental school.

I think we should get these then our patients could really start to freak out and think they are hallucinating! Whatya think?

Another pinner said: "Wish they wore these at my dentist's office lol." Yeah right! My doctor wears a rat and clown mask and it is CREEEEPPPPYYYY! I have like a mental breakdown before each trip to the dentist just because of his masks.

Design teeth logo element by Skyboysv, via Dreamstime

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Good foods for your teeth and bad foods for your teeth!

Good foods for your teeth and bad foods for your teeth!

I think this overall is a clever idea for an ad. The big picture of the teeth as dice really caught my attention. It has a serious tone with the choice of color and reflect the seriousness of the situation that its trying to convey. The crest tube and box outline and lead you eye to the smaller text. The hierarchy of text works well too, having the slogan first intrigues the reader to keep reading.

The choice of a dentist is a critical decision, which you need to make with a lot of care. Thus, how can you choose the right dentist?

Ideas, Odontología

Creative visual communication, you can know what is the topic of this ad straight away by the form of the teeth!

Dentist Telephone Pole Flyer With Tear-Off Teeth Dr. John Mullaly, a dentist in Muskegon, MI, came up with a creative approach to advertising his dental services by posting telephone pole flyers with tear-off teeth.

The students could print their stories on teeth-shaped paper and have them displayed like this.