Dentists recognised for their significance: Colgate’s “Bright Smiles, Bright Future”

Diabetes, anorexia, bulimia and HIV are just a few of the diseases which can be detected through dental check-up’s, showing the importance of having a regular visit to the Dentist – be it Polyclinic or private surgeon.

Dr Jefferson Clarke joked with the audience if he knew he was getting an award, he'd have his hair and nails done - which tickled Colgate's Brand Mgr; Kelly Williams-Thompson

A multi-sectoral partnership between the Ministries of Health & Education with the Barbados Dental Association and Colgate-Palmolive for this year’s extensive Oral Health month campaign which included a competition for Colgate users to win a Canon digital camera.

Even one brand can have so many kinds of Toothpaste...

This year’s campaign not only passed by at Primary schools but also visited Supermarkets looking to target 7 & 8 year old’s so oral care can get a head start in Barbados.

The Ministry of Health's Ms Julia Lynch receving from Colgate Brand Mgr; Kelly Williams-Thompson a donation for the island's Polyclinics

The almost decade long initiative is now a major event for Primary schools to look forward early in the opening term, both private sector and Polyclinics demonstrate their Community spirit.

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