Weʼve raised £750 to keep children smiling and pain free!
- Funded on Thursday, 5th October 2017
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Our work has already fissure sealed 66,000 CHILDREN in Cambodia.
Through SEAL Cambodia, we have been able to begin to reach out to the children most in need in this country, giving them access to dental care as well as teaching them how to maintain their oral health for life. We have managed to create a sustainable program, turning away from extractions and focussing on promotion and prevention, and these healthy messages are filtering through local communities. Fissure sealing 66,000 children and beyond is reducing the number of childhoods disrupted by preventable toothache, giving children in Cambodia the best possible chance to thrive and develop.
We would also like children in Zambia, Kenya and Tanzania to keep SMILING and pain-free. Sealing teeth protects against tooth decay and pain, and in the long run the sealant actually helps to strengthen teeth. Studies show a 2/3 reduction in decay in children who have had their teeth sealed.
Sealing teeth is expensive and also requires significant planning, supplies and logistics. We are assisted by many volunteers, to whom we are incredibly grateful, but we also need to raise more funds.
Your DONATION can help give a child the healthy teeth.
Please HELP us fundraise JUST £2000!
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Global Child Dental Fund
The Global Child Dental Fund (GCDFund) is a UK-based charity whose mission is to ensure that the most disadvantaged children, from the most deprived communities around the world, have access to dental care and do not suffer from obvious dental decay in their lifetime.