The article is talking about the need to go back to the normal dental hygiene routines which were distracted by the pandemic. World Cavity-Free Future Day (WCFFDay) will be spearheading this campaign to ensure a wider awareness to the issue of dental hygiene which is affecting a big percentage of not only Australians but also the larger world population. WCFFDay is focused on stressing the important of oral hygiene to prevent decay, caries, and other dental issues. Overall, this article motivates anyone who reads it to give a thought to their dental health at all times.
- The pandemic has caused a great deal of disruption worldwide, with oral health among the many things that have been adversely affected.
- In a bid to counter this, World Cavity-Free Future Day (WCFFDay), which will be held this year on 14 October each year. It aims to support care teams around the world run local campaigns that re-engage people with dental health
- Launched in 2016 by the Alliance for a Cavity-Free Future, WCFFDay is dedicated to addressing “the need for greater global awareness of dental caries, the disease which, when left unaddressed.
“A worrying 39% of respondents’ children drank soft drink 2-5 times every week, and 40% report they normally visit for a check-up between six months and two years. We see there is still plenty of work to do.”