Tableau De Prévention

La prévention et vos dents
Les blessures dentaires peuvent souvent être évitées, surtout si vous savez les prévenir. Le tableau suivant vous aidera à prévenir les blessures dentaires. Complétez ce tableau pour récapituler les endroits et les situations propices aux blessures dentaires.

 
Cause
Prévention
Dangers potentiels dans mon environnement
Bousculade
  • Apprenez à vos enfants à être patients, à respecter les autres, et à ne pas les bousculer
 
Les escaliers et leurs dangers
  • Demandez à vos enfants de ne pas courir en grimpant ou en descendant les escaliers
  • Demandez aux enfants d'utiliser la rampe d'escalier
 
Les chutes à vélo et dans les aires de jeu
  • Rappelez-leur les consignes de sécurité
  • Apprenez-leur à utiliser les équipements de jeu en toute sécurité
  • Vérifiez que les équipements sont appropriés à l'âge de votre enfant et en bon état
 
Courir avec un objet dans la bouche
  • Avec votre enfant, faites une liste accompagnée d'illustrations des objets qu'il ne doit pas mettre dans sa bouche
  • Affichez la liste pour que votre enfant puisse facilement la consulter
 
Chutes
  • Rappelez à votre enfant de marcher plutôt que de courir
  • Débarrassez le sol des objets qui le jonchent et nettoyez tout liquide accidentellement renversé
 
Accidents de la route (arrêts soudains)
  • Le port de la ceinture de sécurité est indispensable
  • Enseignez ces consignes de façon ludique
 
Mordre des objets durs
  • Avec votre enfant, faites une liste de tous les objets qu'il ne doit pas mordre
  • Encouragez votre enfant à compléter cette liste au fur et à mesure
 
 

Le saviez-vous ?

  • Les incisives supérieures sont les dents les plus touchées lors des accidents
  • Les dents et la gencive au fond de la bouche sont généralement abîmées par la mastication de crayons, de glace ou encore de noix

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Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 
Cause
Prevention
Possible Danger Areas in My Setting
Shoving/pushing
  • Encourage children to be considerate of each other, and gently remind them to wait their turn when appropriate
 
Falling on stairs
  • Make sure children don't
    feel hurried
  • Remind children to use handrails
 
Falling from bikes and playground equipment
  • Review safety rules
  • Teach safe use
  • Make sure equipment is age appropriate and in good repair
 
Running with objects in mouth
  • Make a list together of the only things that should go in your mouth, and illustrate together
  • Post at children's eye level
 
Falling/tripping
  • Remind children to walk, don't run
  • Clean up toys, materials, and spills
 
Car accidents (sudden stops)
  • Always wear seatbelts
 
Biting hard objects
  • Make a list together of everything you shouldn't bite
  • Encourage children to add to the list as they think of items
 
 

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Conseils de prévention pour les URGENCES DENTAIRES

  • Porter un protège-dents – Si vous exercez un sport de contact, le fait de porter un protège-dents peut vous aider à protéger vos dents contre toute blessure ou tout traumatisme.

  • Éviter les aliments durs et les sucreries– Pour protéger vos dents contre les blessures au cours des repas, évitez de mordre dans des sucreries dures ou dans de la glace.