The mobile game app, geared toward children ages 3 to 6, is available for free in the App Store and Google Play for Android and iOS devices. It is also on the web at 2min2x . In an effort to inspire children to brush their teeth for two minutes, twice a day, the Ad Council…Details
Tried-and-true brushing and flossing can help you hold on to your good looks longer. By Katrina Woznicki WebMD Feature Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD WebMD Archive Your mouth is more than just a pretty smile. It’s also a gateway to your overall health. Keeping that gateway clean may keep you healthier longer — and…Details
MouthHealthy.org has information you need to take better care of your mouth today so it will take care of you for life. Visit your life stage and find healthy habits, top concerns, nutrition and fact or fiction information: Pregnancy Babies and Kids Teen Adults Under 40 Adults 40-60 Adults Over 60 Explore ADA Seal of…Details
MouthHealthyKids.org has activities and games to help kids learn the importance of good oral health care – all while having fun. Kids can play games, watch videos and take fun educational quizzes. Resources are also available for educators to help with classroom presentations and activities.
by: Sandy Johnson, RDH One of the very lucky things about being a dentist is knowing that most oral diseases are preventable. Dentistry has improved greatly over the last several decades, and we know that for most people, if you brush, floss and visit your dentist regularly, you’ll most likely be OK. That’s why it…Details
by: Sandy Johnson, RDH Today is “Eat a Red Apple Day”! You’ve probably heard that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. But did you know they are also good for your teeth? What about all those other foods that go CRUNCH? This week we’re breaking down the best and worst crisp and crunchy…Details
2min2x.org Lots of fun games and resources to help kids get excited about brushing for 2 minutes 2 times a day.
by: Sandy Johnson, RDH You’ve probably noticed “natural” products popping up in stores – even in the oral hygiene section. So what exactly does it mean for toothpaste to be “natural”? The biggest difference between natural toothpaste and the others is what natural toothpaste doesn’t contain: Artificial sweeteners: Some toothpaste contains sweeteners such as saccharin.…Details