5 simple things you can do to keep your child smiling bright #TridentSAA.

I know that one of my main concern is the healthy of my children's teeth it is very important to take steps to insure good healthy teeth. i wasn't taught the importance of healthy teeth and i am now paying for it i wish i would have known the long term effects of not taking good care of your teeth. I take simple steps now to ensure my children's teeth are well taken care of i avoid giving them alot of sugary snack like candy cake ice cream even too much juice can be bad i usually dilute it and i only allow them to chew sugar free gum. I also time there teeth bruisings twice a day for 2 Min's. we visit the dentist every 6 months for our regular check ups and teeth cleanings you should start taking your children to the dentist early on so they aren't afraid or scared when it is time for them to go. and the biggest part of all educate them on what they can do to keep teeth clean and healthy and also teach them what happens if you don't maintain healthy teeth habits.

Here are 5 simple things you can do to keep you child's smiles healthy and bright

1. avoid sugary foods and sweets

2. brush regularly

3. floss regularly

4. visit the dentist regularly

5. teach them the important habits of keeping there teeth healthy

Here are some tips to keep your child smiling bright

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Brush: Remind children to brush their teeth at least twice a day for two minutes each time, using no more than a pea-size amount of fluoride toothpaste.

Eat: Nutritious foods are an important part of keeping children’s smiles healthy and their teeth strong.

Floss: Have children gently floss once a day to remove food that can get stuck between their teeth and sticky plaque that forms on their teeth. Brushing alone cannot reach all of the surfaces on a tooth.

Avoid: Try to avoid overindulging in sticky and sugary foods. When kids do have a special treat, make sure they brush and floss afterwards.

Routine: Remember to get regular dental check-ups. Have them visit a dentist twice a year to make sure that they are taking good care of their teeth and gums

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