The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (WECHU) has posted responses from the ‘Vote for Health’ survey on it’s website. This voluntary survey was distributed to all council and mayoral candidates running in the upcoming 2018 municipal election.
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Date: Friday, October 12, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Fogolar Furlan Club 1800 North Service Rd, Windsor
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is pleased to present the Oral Health 2018 Report. Oral health is vital to general health and overall well-being at every stage of life.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is rolling out a survey on the dental health needs of adults and seniors in Windsor and Essex County starting in January.
A survey is being done by the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (WECHU). We are inviting you to share your experience with getting dental care and/or any dental treatment. Your answers will help staff learn more about any issues faced by adults, 18 and over, in the Windsor-Essex region when looking for dental health care.
As a teacher/educator, you are in a unique position to provide the education, guidance, and motivation necessary to help your students establish positive oral health habits. Resources to support the elementary school oral health curriculum can be found here.
Healthy Smiles Ontario is a government-funded dental program that provides free preventive, routine, and emergency dental services for children and youth 17 years old and under who qualify.
Our Dental Health Department includes dentists, registered dental hygienists, dental assistants, oral health clerks, a health promotion specialist, and a program manager.
We have a dental clinic located at our Windsor and Leamington locations.
Dental Health offers programs and services to our community including:
Baby teeth matter! Health Canada, the Canadian Dental Association, and the Canadian Pediatric Society recommend children see a dentist by their first birthday, even before they have all of their teeth.