Tooth decay is the most common childhood disease in America. When children's teeth or gums hurt, they cannot pay attention in school. They can have trouble sleeping at night, so they can have trouble staying awake or behaving during the day. They can have trouble eating, speaking, and learning. Children should see a dentist every six months to get their teeth cleaned and checked for cavities, but not all kids do. If you child has not seen a dentist in the past year, and your family does not have a regular dentist, a visit to Rainbow's Ronald McDonald Care Mobile could help your child. If you would like your child to get dental care on the Care Mobile, fill out and sign the consent form and return it to your school by February 28.