Established in 1998, the record oral addressed so far in adolescents 15 to 18 years. It allowed them to be screened for free, possibly followed Care has supported 100 % by the Social Security (1). From 1 March, the health insurance system that extends to teens 13 to 18 years. In advicesSummer offering this oral report to 13-18 years, health insurance is for a population of 4.5 million people. The period between twelve and fourteen years is particularly important because it corresponds to the transition to the adult dentition. It is therefore important that adolescents are particularly well catered for that time. In addition, Assurance disease finds that young absence disregard the consequences of dental and hopes that this action change behavior. In 2002, over 400,000 young people aged 15 to 18 years, or 15.6 % of the number of subjects potentially concerned, have benefited from the oral assessment. Nearly 50 % of them had at least one cavity. Over 61 % did not consult a dentist for over a year. In the coming months, the record oral should be supplemented by a screening offers children aged 6 and 12 years. Finally, remember that since January 2001, sealing the grooves of the first permanent molars of young children is supported..