Parents can help their kids focus on oral health
SUMMARY: Kids are more prone to bad breath than just about anyone. They are generally uninterested in brushing or rinsing with mouthwash.
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Since: May 07
#1 Nov 22, 2010
Its so true. I do think that parents have the responsibility of treating and teaching their kids about oral health and how to avoid dental problems in the future.
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Since: Dec 10
#2 Dec 16, 2010
Keeping a consistent oral hygiene schedule is the best way to fight gingivitis. Parents should definitely encourage daily brushing and even flossing. However, if bad gums and poor mouth health occur, there are some great solutions at the Chardon Health Food Store.
Since: Oct 11
#3 Oct 25, 2011
Good health habbit in general need to be build into kids routines. Oral health is so important as is hand hygiene and general cleanliness. Not to wrap them up in a bubble but simply encourage good habbits.
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