Dental Hygiene Awareness Month ends with school visits

By Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)March 4, 2011

Lawrence Joel Troop Medical Clinic (LJTMC) registered dental hygienist Lorraine Lobos (dressed as a tooth), teaches children in the Child Development Center (CDC) preschool 1 class what it takes to have strong teeth during a visit Feb. 25. Lobos, assisted by LJTMC dental assistant Spc. Myrna Marcucci (dressed as a tube of toothpaste), visited CDC classes and Child, Youth and Schools Services (CYSS) prekindergarten (pre-K) class as part of Dental Awareness Month.
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Lawrence Joel Troop Medical Clinic (LJTMC) registered dental hygienist Lorraine Lobos (dressed as a tooth), teaches children in the Child Development Center (CDC) preschool 1 class what it takes to have strong teeth during a visit Feb. 25. Lobos, assisted by LJTMC dental assistant Spc. Myrna Marcucci (dressed as a tube of toothpaste), visited CDC classes and Child, Youth and Schools Services (CYSS) prekindergarten (pre-K) class as part of Dental Awareness Month. (Photo Credit: Mr. Kevin Stabinsky (IMCOM)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Lobos smiles as Marcucci demonstrates proper brushing technique: slow, gentle, circular motions. Proper brushing technique, at least twice a day, can help prevent cavities and promotes good oral hygiene, said Lobos.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Lobos smiles as Marcucci demonstrates proper brushing technique: slow, gentle, circular motions. Proper brushing technique, at least twice a day, can help prevent cavities and promotes good oral hygiene, said Lobos. (Photo Credit: Kevin Stabinsky (USAG Fort McPherson) VIEW ORIGINAL
CYSS pre-K students show off their smiles.
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CYSS pre-K students show off their smiles. (Photo Credit: Kevin Stabinsky (USAG Fort McPherson) VIEW ORIGINAL