Mouthwatchers, founded by Massachusetts based DR Ronald Plotka, was developed to be an antimicrobial dual flossing bristle toothbrush that has been approved by Dr. Gordon Christensen's Clinicians Report (which is the Consumer Reports for Dentists).
1. Antimicrobial Bristles which are infused with silver technology that eliminates 99% of bacteria that grows on bristles between use, leaving the toothbrush clean and ready for the next use.
2. Flossing Bristles which have a revolutionary dual layered bristle structure for a better cleaning
3. Dental Quality Cleaning It provides a superior cleaning and reduces gum bleeding
Here is a short video about Mouthwatchers:
Having an Autistic child, sometimes, it is hard to get them to try something new, but Conner was excited about his new toothbrush, and has since the first time he used it, asked every night to use his "special" toothbrush.
- Stay Away From Sugar: While it’s a treat for your stomach – it’s certainly not for your teeth. Terrible for your health and pearly whites, all things candy, ice cream, cakes and pastries should only be for special occasions!
- Skip Soda: Your teeth’s worst enemy, help your kids to avoid the bubbly drink by offering them alternatives like flavored water or juices – but make sure they are low in sugar as well!
- Fill Up On Fluoride: For decades, there’s been a dental dogma associated with fluoride. Is it good for our teeth? Yes! Fluoride toothpaste reduces cavities in kids from 15 to 30 percent and the fluoride of public water supplies lowers cavity rates up to 40 percent.
- Set Up A Schedule: A good routine is always appreciated! Put a pea-sized squirt of fluoride toothpaste on their Mouth Watchers® Youth Manual Toothbrush, set a timer for 30 seconds and let them have a turn at cleaning. Then practice rinsing and spitting together, and don’t be surprised if that’s your kiddo’s favorite part!
- Make it Fun To Floss: Children learn through play, so introducing educational flossing activities will help make hygiene fun! Sing a song, make it a fun game, or even create flossing chart to hang on the wall, adding a sticker for each time your child flosses. Give them a little reward for flossing a few days in a row such as staying up late, or a trip to the movies! Those incentives will keep them flossing forever.
- Say Goodbye To Pacifiers: Babies love their pacifiers, but many parents are rightly concerned that too much use can cause dental problems. The presence of a pacifier can harm the development and growth of the mouth and teeth. Prolonged use can cause changes in the shape of the roof of the mouth and create problems with tooth alignment. Break the habit early!
When you start good oral health at a young age, you are teaching good habits for life.
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