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Follow these helpful tips to support your baby's oral health, even before their first tooth.
Eating a lot of snacks that have sugar may give your child cavities.
After a busy day of learning and playing, kids are hungry! But instead of having them dig into a packaged treat that’s loaded with sugar, offer these healthy options that are a snap to prepare. Sure to delight, these snacks provide energy and nutrition and keep them satisfied until dinner.
Arm your toothbrushing arsenal with techy distractions and rewards. That way, no matter what type of tantrum happens, you’ll be one smile ahead.
Brushing and flossing are the best ways to help prevent cavities. But it’s not always easy to clean every surface of teeth. Back teeth – called molars – have deep grooves that can trap food. This can lead to a buildup of bacteria that over time can cause tooth decay.
Did you know that oral health – the health of your teeth and gums – has a major impact on your overall health? It’s true! So if you want to help your child stay healthy, start with their smile. By teaching them to take better care of their mouth, you’re also taking better care of their body. Here are some simple tips that can make a big difference.
When it’s toothbrushing time at your house, it’s easy to feel like the odds are stacked against you. Some kids do everything they can to avoid it. Some kids brush incorrectly. And others just aren’t feelin’ it. The good news is that there are many ways to make brushing painless, effective, and 100% kid-friendly.
Teaching your kids how to brush their teeth properly twice a day, every day can be stressful. Everything else that you’ve got on your plate (wait, what’s for dinner?!) can interfere with peace of mind, too. We want to help you keep things easier. Here are some of the simple things you can do each day to ward off stress at your house.