Last Updated on December 29, 2017 by ellen
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Have you ever wondered how to make oral care fun for everyone? It can be a huge hassle to convince kids to pay attention to their oral care. They’d much rather just do a quick job and get back to playing video games. But, proper attention to oral care from a young age is an important part of oral health as an adult. A product has been provided for this post. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
Make Oral Care Fun
It’s difficult enough to get them to brush their teeth for the full two minutes and then follow up by flossing. But, have you ever tried to convince them they need to brush their tongue as well? Thankfully, TUNG Brush makes the process a little bit easier for everyone.
TUNG Brush has been designed to actually clean your tongue without gagging (unlike cleaning your tongue with a toothbrush). The worst or grossest bacteria actually lives in the back of your tongue and TUNG Brush has been designed so that users can get to that bacteria without setting off that gag reflex we all hate. Plus, their Zinc compound helps to neutralize the sulphur gas (what we smell as bad breath) emitted by the bacteria
Did you know that you should be brushing your tongue each time you brush your teeth? But, wait! Don’t brush your teeth with the same brush that was exposed to the high levels of bacteria on your tongue. Use a TUNG Brush. Here are a few tips to make oral care fun.
Kids (and adults) love rewards. Just don’t make the rewards food related. Instead, make a chart and for every day your child brushes, flosses, and uses their TUNG Brush add a sticker. After a week’s worth of stickers, they can choose a small toy or for those minimizing purchases, an outing with mom or dad.
It’s hard to judge how long to brush your teeth unless you’re looking at a clock. To help yourself or your kids remember, play your favorite song and focus on oral care until the song is completely finished. If you’re looking for dental activities for preschoolers, here are a few suggestions:
Apps and movies
Depending on your child’s age, they may learn about the importance of oral care more easily with an app or a movie. It can be tough for young children to understand why they need to focus on a healthy mouth but if they see a fun cartoon or animated game, it catches their interest. If they’re older, they may be more motivated by some fun dental facts like did you know that giraffes only have bottom teeth?
While you’re stressing the importance of oral care, make sure your child (and you) understand why they need to brush their tongue with the TUNG Brush. Your gag reflex is no fun and the TUNG Brush makes the process much more enjoyable.