By Blogger Jenny H.
3 Tips for Creating A Sparkling Smile That Lasts A Lifetime
Maintaining a bright, healthy smile is an essential part of a beautiful appearance. While you know this to be true for your own teeth, the same is especially true for your child’s dental health. If you want your child to have that perfect smile that graces the covers of magazines, then growing and developing teeth requires extra attention to ensure excellent oral health as a teen and an adult. This includes consistent practice of the basics: brushing, flossing, and regular check-ups at the dentist.
In recent years, there has been quite a bit of media attention on the dangers of certain oral care products. The safety of fluoride has been questioned, and the potential harm caused by polyethylene plastic beads has also been covered in the news. For parents looking to protect their children’s teeth naturally, there are three top tips to follow.
Teach proper dental health habits
One of the best ways to help ensure proper, natural oral care is to teach your child dental health habits. Empowering children with the knowledge of how to naturally care for their teeth is a powerful way to maintain a healthy smile. When your children know the importance of keeping their teeth healthy, and when you encourage them to brush and floss without being asked, you will help them develop the oral health habits they need.
Buy all-natural toothpaste and mouthwash
If you are concerned about the ingredients used in conventional toothpaste and mouthwash, there are exceptional natural alternatives. Look for brands that specifically list the chemicals that are not used (e.g. fluoride), rather than choosing brands that simply add “all-natural” to the product label. Currently, there are no real regulations on the use of the term “all-natural,” so be sure that you carefully select your toothpaste and mouthwash brands.
Limit sugar intake
It is a well-known fact that sugar can promote the development of cavities. However, some of the tastiest treats for children are loaded with sugar. Monitor your child’s intake of sugar, and be sure to limit the amount of sweet treats that he or she consumes.
Natural dental health can be simple
With a little bit of advanced planning, education, and dedication, you can help your child have a healthy smile without the use of questionable chemicals. Taking the time to learn about potential dental hazards can help you make informed decisions when selecting dental health products for your child. No matter what brands you choose, prioritizing your child’s oral health now is the key to a healthy smile later on in life.
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