Youth month oral health awareness

We hosted a youth month oral health awareness program in June 2023. We ran a competition open to the youth, we had a table at the Westville mall where youth could participate in some fun activities, learn about the importance of tooth brushing and keeping teeth clean and healthy. Those who visited our table also received free toothbrushes and toothpastes sponsored by Colgate, Sensodyne and Meridol. Our winner won a dental hamper and a free dental check up, polish and fluoride treatment. Much fun and learning was had by all. “

World Oral Health Day 2018

We celebrated WOHD on the 20 March 2018. This was a busy day where a table was set up outside Click’s at the Westville Mall. This was our first event at the Westville Mall. The community was introduced to our new dental practice and services that we offer. Oral health information was given out as well as calendars, balloons and dental goodies.

World Oral Health Day 2019

Our annual WOHD promotion was run on the 20 March 2019. The first 10 visitors to our stall received a free dental screening voucher. We had a very successful and informative day. Of course, all sorts of free dental goodies were given away.

This was our annual WOHD

World Oral Health Day 2020

Oral Health Month 2018

September 2018 was dedicated to the promotion of oral health. The Westville community were encouraged to take charge of their oral health and reminded of the importance of clean and healthy teeth and gums.

RCL foods wellness day 2019

Dr. Rampershad visited RCL foods for an informative and holistic wellness day. Questions regarding oral health and dental health products were answered and visitors to our table also received some free dental goodies which were individualised to the queries that the visitor had.

Black Friday 2018

Free consultations were offered on this day as well as a huge discount on teeth whitening.

Cupcakes for kids with cancer drive 2019

The most fun was had on these 1.5 days and the success of this drive surpassed our initial planning and expectations. 9 bakers worked through the night and donated a total of 1118 cupcakes. We managed to raise an unbelievable R14000 which was donated to the Cupcakes 4 kids with Cancer Association. We were sold out on the first day and our selfless bakers stayed up all night to make sure we had fresh cupcakes for the next day.  Not only did we sell cupcakes but we made the community aware of oral cancers and the importance of dental check-ups, not only detecting and treating problems with teeth but also for detecting other conditions in the mouth early such as oral cancer.