There is only so much that tooth decay photos can do to scare your kids into brushing their teeth. You need to walk that fine line between education, instilling of habit, scare tactics, and fun, all to create that perfect miasma of dental hygiene awareness for your kids.
But, how can you teach your kids proper dental practices and hygiene if you’re not quite comfortable with it yourself? Sure, you brush twice a day, rarely have cavities, but do you know why it is so important, or how to properly impart that information? No worries if you don’t, because you’re in the right place to learn.
The most important thing to remember about oral hygiene is that there is no reversing the effects of poor dental habits. If your teeth rot and fall out, you’re not Continue reading →
Bottle tooth decay is not the end of the world. Luckily, while your child is still young enough to experience bottle tooth decay, they have their baby teeth, and are not experiencing any lasting damage. It is important to teach kids early about dental and oral hygiene, and the best techniques is just to work in proper procedures as a part of everyday life, rather than trying to scare your children.
The Importance of Oral Hygiene
This needs to be stressed as much to adults as it is to children. Sure, you can use scare tactics like pictures of cavities in teeth, but they only go so far. Talking logistics, procedures, and monetary repercussions may actually have much more of an effect on adults who need that additional push into taking proper care of their mouths.