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About Oral Health
Here are some tips for the little ones in your family to help avoid getting new cavities.
- Drink water
- Eat healthy snacks
- Choose Sugar free gum and candy
- Eat treats only after meals and not in between
- Brush your teeth twice a day for 2 minutes each time.
- kick the lollipop and chewy candy
- Stop the pop and sugary drinks
- Stay away from sugary cereals
5 Fun Oral Health Strategies for Kids
Use fun colourful, themed toothbrushes and toothpaste with kid-friendly flavours, transforming oral hygiene into a fun and enjoyable routine.
Create a rewards system or sticker chart to track consistent brushing and flossing, motivating kids to keep their teeth and gums healthy.
Encourage your kids to drink water after meals and snacks to help rinse away food particles and promote saliva production, which naturally cleans teeth and protects against cavities.
Introduce educational games or apps that teach children about the importance of oral health, proper brushing techniques, and how to identify healthy versus unhealthy food choices for their teeth.
Engage kids in fun, interactive activities like singing a two-minute song while brushing or creating DIY dental-themed crafts to spark their interest in oral hygiene and make it an enjoyable part of their daily routine.