The design of the study was a facility based cross sectional investigation, in which a sample of children attended the paedodontics clinic at KTDH were examined and their guardians(Father/Mother) were interviewed. The objectives of the study was: (1) To assess the awareness of parents towards the oral health care in comparison with the actual oral health status of their children.(2) To determine the association between the socioeconomic educational and occupation factors of guardians and oral health status of their children and to assess the need for intervention by oral health education programs for children and parents. The total sample size 250 subjects (125 children and 125 guardians). From the results of this study it is recommend that collaboration and integration between families, dental public health and other professions for better childcare is needed. Training gaps regarding Oral health promotion in dental education need to be addressed. More studies should be conducted to highlight the problem and to work out solutions.