Toothbrush Exchange – Is Yours Too Old?

National smile month
All smiles for Solihull & Birmingham

National Smile Month is coming to Solihull and Solihull Dental Centre and Implant Clinic support this by a Free Toothbrush Exchange!

Free Toothbrush Exchange

Taking place from 18 May to 18 June, National Smile Month aims to promote and raise awareness of good oral health, and Solihull Dental Centre and Implant Clinic is getting involved in doing just that.

Staggeringly, one in six of us only change our toothbrush, or toothbrush head, once a year while one in five can’t even remember the last time it was changed.

The toothbrush exchange is an amnesty that we are running throughout National Smile Month and encourage patients to hand in their old brushes and replaces them with a new one free of charge.

How to take part

If you would like a new toothbrush free of charge then simply bring your old one into the practice and we will exchange it for a new one. Nothing could be simpler! We only have 100 toothbrushes to give away, so please call today while stocks last.


Follow our Social Media Stream for Dental Health Advice

Throughout the month we will also be providing social media updates regularly on how to keep your teeth fresh and healthy. To stay up-to-date with your oral health please connect with us this using the most convenient method below.

Dr Zubair Sacranie, the principal dentist at Solihull Dental Centre and Implant Clinic says:

“We are committed to offering you the highest level of care and our dental health updates on social media and toothbrush exchange program are a visible sign of this commitment. This helps us to ensure that you can participate in and understand all aspects of your oral health, providing you with quality assured dentistry and a healthy smile”

Chief Executive of the British Dental Health Foundation, Dr Nigel Carter OBE said:

“I’m delighted that Solihull Dental Centre and Implant Clinic has joined the thousands of organisations in engaging with National Smile Month. It is a great reflection of local community spirit and an excellent way to promote good oral health.

“By making an event as fun and imaginative as possible, we hope it will inspire more people to join in the fun than ever before while delivering the British Dental Health Foundation’s three key messages for good oral health:

  • brush for two minutes twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste
  • cut down on how often you have sugary foods and drinks
  • visit the dentist regularly, as often as they recommend.”

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