The struggle is real for millions of parents who fight the same battle twice a day. Getting your kids to brush their teeth can be a real challenge, but it’s one that must be overcome. Nearly half of all American children have some form of tooth decay between ages 2 and 11. This is why it’s never too early to start encouraging your family members to practice proper oral hygiene. The sooner they do, the more likely they’ll have strong, healthy teeth.
You have probably been teaching your children since a young age that the best way to maintain good oral health is by brushing and flossing. If you have found that brushing and flossing just aren’t giving you the standard of hygiene that your family longs for, you are in luck. There are a number of lesser-known things that you can do to improve your overall oral hygiene that extends beyond everyday brushing and flossing.