Kids Aren’t Great At Brushing and Kids Oral Health IS IMPORTANT – it’s a fact.
Most adults know how to brush their teeth well enough (although the generic advice given in dental offices really leads humans astray). Helping kids properly can be tough. My sister has 3 of them, under 6 and it’s like herding stray cats.
FLUORIDE – Is that the only option for kids oral health?
One of the biggest issues and debates in oral care is to use fluoride or NOT. Fluoride does help remineralize the teeth; in fact, it’s the only thing the ADA accepts. Unfortunately, fluoride is toxic (especially to small bodies) and let’s face it, kids don’t really rinse their mouth out when they are done brushing, and even if they did, the oral cavity absorbs EVERYTHING almost instantly (it’s why medicine is pushing in the direction of oral applications)!
Fluoride is also also heavily prevalent in our tap water (we get plenty of what we need if fluoride was the actual answer). The truth is that it’s not the ONLY thing that remineralizes teeth. In fact, the real issue with oral care problems with children is lifestyle (and perhaps oral care products for kids, kind of, well… sucking).
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