-Brush Your Teeth Together. Leading by example is a great way for children to learn and understand. Make brushing teeth together in the morning and nighttime part of your routine. Your child will look forward to brushing with you!
-Encourage Brushing With Rewards. If your child doesn’t enjoy brushing, you may be able to offer a reward that encourages them to do so!
-Set A Timer. A two-minute timer will help your child know when they can stop brushing as well as help them to be responsible with their brushing habits.
-Tasty Flavors & Fun Dental Products.
A lot of kids respond well to toothbrushes with their favorite character on it or flavored toothpaste or mouthwashes. It can help make tooth-brushing something fun and exciting to look forward to.
Fun Facts For Kids To Sink Their Teeth Into
Did you know?
-Kids in prehistoric times likely did not suffer from tooth decay because sugar was not a part of their diet.
-Kids laugh around 400 times a day, adults just 15 times a day.
-Tooth enamel is the strongest substance in the human body; because it’s so durable, healthy tooth enamel protects teeth from cavity-causing oral bacteria.