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November 1 is National Brush Day

November 1 is National Brush Day

Four minutes. Four minutes a day is all it takes to keep our mouths healthy. As a mom, I can attest to the frustration that is involved with getting kids to brush their teeth. It starts when they are little, and they kick and scream before letting you pry their mouths open to scrub off they day’s meals from their teeth. As they get older and take on the job themselves, toothbrushing becomes a lightning-fast activity, nearly … Read entire article »

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How to Care for Baby Teeth

How to Care for Baby Teeth

Most babies get their first teeth by six months, but teething can begin as early as three months. Both of my boys were early teethers. Here’s a photo of my youngest at four months old that shows his first two teeth and a third about to break through. It can be difficult to get your toddler to brush his teeth. Rather than deal with tantrums or resistance from their children, many moms figure that it’s … Read entire article »

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Arm & Hammer Spin Brush Solution!

Between visits to the dentist, it’s important to keep your child (and yourself!) in a good routine of dental hygiene. Instilling good dental hygiene habits at a young age is the one of best and most effective ways to teach kids about the importance of healthy teeth and gums. When Arm & Hammer asked me to participate in their Spin Brush Challenge, I decided that the biggest dental challenge in my household was getting my four-year-old … Read entire article »

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Supersmile Sonic Pulse Toothbrush Review

Supersmile Sonic Pulse Toothbrush Review

Americans are still suffering an epidemic of gum disease – the first stages of which are called “gingivitis,” which is an inflammation of the gum line caused by a buildup of bacteria. According to the USDA, 75% of adults over age 35 have some form of gingivitis. In principle early-stage gum disease can be reversed by removing plaque and bacteria just below the gum line through daily flossing and brushing. Unfortunately it can be … Read entire article »

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