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Lets face it cavities can happen to anyone despite their age. We focus a lot of on creating healthy habits for small children when it comes to dental hygiene but what about our children as they start to get older? Did you also know that fluoride helps keep kids teeth healthy and strong? A lot of cities will add fluoride to the water supply but you’ll need to check with your local water source to see if this applies to your family. Florida is especially important for teens and so we make sure our oldest has dental hygiene products that are fortified with fluoride.
Using products like the ones from TheraBreath it makes it easy for our daughter to stay on track with her dental hygiene. The Oral Rinse is made with certified natural flavoring from organic grapes and sweetened with a touch of Xylitol, it’s actually her favorite part of her dental routine. It really does taste great! TheraBreath products help prevent cavities and keep her breath nice and fresh. I also like that TheraBreath products are all natural with no artificial colors and flavors. No matter how old my kids get I always want to ensure that they are healthy and safe. It’s important to me that the products they use are natural and I like that TheraBreath uses organic ingredients.
A lot of teens have braces and even our kiddo has had them. It’s important to use a toothpaste and oral rinse you know you can trust. I think that was the hardest part of having braces, the bad breath that can come with it. TheraBreath Toothpaste is also an important part of her oral hygiene. It has a mild flavor and powerful clean that teens love! It’s all about creating healthy habits for my kids and especially as they’re getting older. It’s about preparing them for being responsible for themselves and having the tools to be successful.
Visit the TheraBreath website for products for the whole family. There’s also a coupon for $1.00 off TheraBreath kids products at your local retailer.
How are you insuring your teen has healthy dental hygiene?