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How Do You Make Your Child Interested in Oral Care? Make It Fun!

Last updated 5 years ago

A child who learns at an early age the importance of brushing and flossing their teeth is more likely to have a healthy, white smile throughout their life. As a parent, you can greatly influence how your child feels about oral hygiene. By making dental care an exciting process, you can teach your child great habits that can prevent cavities, tooth decay, and gum disease:

Play Music
Brushing teeth can be fun for your child if you play their favorite songs! Let your child choose which song they want to listen to while they brush their teeth. Since your child will begin to associate cleaning their teeth with something they already love, your child will be more likely to enjoy this daily activity.

Buy Fun and Colorful Toothbrushes
Almost any drug store or grocery store has a wide selection of colorful toothbrushes from which you can choose. Take your child shopping with you, and let them pick out their own toothbrush. This gives your child an active role in their oral care and can increase excitement about brushing!

Brush Your Teeth at the Same Time
Children learn many of their behaviors by imitating their parents. If you brush your teeth with your child, you will be showing them that you think this is a fun and beneficial activity. Because they know that you also enjoy brushing your teeth, they will be more likely to view this activity in a positive way.

While teaching your child proper oral hygiene can help prevent cavities and gum disease, it is also important that you schedule regular appointments with a pediatric dentist. Best Kids Dentist in Brooklyn offers a positive, comfortable environment where your child can receive dental care. Schedule an appointment by visiting us online or calling us today at (718) 491-5300.  


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