Meanwhile in Legazpi City, around 300 students from kindergarten to Grade 3 of three government funded schools in Masbate area have gotten free dental health service early this week from the Department of Education Schools Division Office Health and Nutrition Unit of Masbate (DepEd-Masbate) as a team with Philippine Dental Association (PDA)- Masbate Chapter.
In a meeting on Friday, Dr. Sionita Arevalo, dental specialist accountable for the Masbate Schools Division, said it is a proceeding with project as a feature of the festival of Oral Health Month.
“We are focusing something like 18 schools from Burias Island and Ticao Island to direct free dental wellbeing administrations for students from kinder to Grade 3. We are additionally considereing circumstances in the various regions,” Arevalo said.
The guardians and watchmen of the kids expressed gratitude toward the coordinators for broadening and directing the said administrations locally.
“Students of Burgos Elementary School, Panisijan Elementary School, and Buenavista Integrated School all in Masbate region, were the beneficiaries. They got free fluoride stain application, tooth extraction and pit and crevices sealant that will assist their teeth with becoming solid and solid,” Arevalo said.
She additionally said beside free dental administrations, dental specialists circulated dental packs and school supplies to the students.
Something like eight dental specialists from the DepEd and five private experts joined the movement.
Isah Espejon, 33, has a kid in 2nd grade and said through Project Kusog, she had the option to study appropriate dental consideration for her little girl.
Lerna Arisgado, 66, was exceptionally glad for her grandkid who has abnormal teeth, subsequent to getting free dental administrations.