Considering the fact that nearly half of every child in their adolescence will experience some form of tooth decay, it’s clear that many parents don’t have a grip on their children’s brushing habits. Forming positive dental habits early, means contributing positively to a child’s dental hygiene for the remainder of their life. Unfortunately for parents, this is one of the most boring chores for children to comply to. Knowing this, it’s imperative that parents plan accordingly to make the morning and nightly brush moments that much more bearable. Whether that be through incentivizing their children with customized brushes or toothpaste, gamifying the experience or getting direct dentist involvement, parents will have to bear the responsibility for making sure their child is actively brushing. To learn more about how to keep these moments more manageable for you and your children, be sure to review the resource accompanying this post.
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