Be good to your teeth, or they'll be false to you

By Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)July 1, 2010

Lawrence Joel Army Health Clinic dental hygienist Lorraine Lobos holds out a replica of a diseased mouth for Preschool 3 children at the Fort McPherson Child Development Center Wednesday. Lobos  was visiting the center to show the children the importance of good oral hygiene, stressing the importance of brushing and flossing day and night. Such a visit was important because it helps kids to learn good habits early on and develop patterns that will benefit them throughout their lives. "Overall health starts in your mouth," Lobos said.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Lawrence Joel Army Health Clinic dental hygienist Lorraine Lobos holds out a replica of a diseased mouth for Preschool 3 children at the Fort McPherson Child Development Center Wednesday. Lobos was visiting the center to show the children the importance of good oral hygiene, stressing the importance of brushing and flossing day and night. Such a visit was important because it helps kids to learn good habits early on and develop patterns that will benefit them throughout their lives. "Overall health starts in your mouth," Lobos said. (Photo Credit: Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL