'Dr. Betsy' visits children at Chester-East Lincoln

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[February 26, 2013]     Send a link to a friend

Orthodontist Betsy Ulrich of Sugar Creek Orthodontics spoke to Chester-East Lincoln students Monday morning as part of a "February is Children's Dental Health Month," organized by the American Dental Association.

Pictures by Karen Hargis

Children gathered in the gymnasium assembly style for a show-and-tell-like session with "Dr. Betsy."

 Here they are looking at an X-ray that shows both the 20 baby teeth and
the 32 adult teeth forming below.

 Dr. Betsy and children had a good time learning various things about
dental hygiene.

After a demonstration of how to brush their teeth, they got a chance to practice
on some fun stuffed animals.


Dr. Betsy holds up the skull and asks if anyone knows what kind of
animal it might be. Even the big kid in the back (Betsy's husband) became
engaged in the presentations.





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