If your little one is familiar with the tale of Brushalot, they already know all about Prince Plaque and his thrice-daily attacks on the Pearly White City. But how much does your child really know about plaque itself? If the answer is “not much,” your little one isn’t alone. In fact, many adults don’t know the full story when it comes to plaque! To help you talk to your little one about plaque – or to help you better understand plaque yourself – we’ve prepared a brief primer.
It’s a fact – Halloween is one of the most enjoyable times of the year for little ones. The fun scares and laughs, the elaborate costumes, and, most of all, the sugary candy distributed at doorsteps all contribute to making Halloween one of your family’s most memorable experiences. With that said, Halloween can also be one of the most dangerous times of the year for your child’s oral health. Read these five special tips to help you and your little ones ensure their teeth stay healthy this Halloween.
A trip to the dentist’s office can be scary for any child. Sometimes it can be downright paralyzing. There are many reasons why your child may be afraid of the dentist. Pain, fear of embarrassment, and the anxiety that can come with being confined to a small space with new adults all contribute to the reluctance many children feel before visiting the dentist. The good news is that even the most fearful children can overcome their fear of the dentist – if parents take the proper steps to prepare them for their visit.
Every parent has been there. Trying to convince - sometimes in vain - your child to brush their teeth twice a day is a battle that every parent has faced at some point or another. Sometimes school-aged kids convince themselves they only need to brush once a day. At nighttime, however, it’s often a different story. With the superficial reasons for brushing off the table, too many kids go to bed without cleaning their teeth. So, is it really that bad?
While there’s no perfect time to introduce children to Brushalot, there are plenty of opportunities for parents and families to decide the best way to promote healthy dental habits for their little one with our Tooth Fairy Kit. That’s why we’ve prepared a list of six great occasions for you to give the little one in your life the gift of Brushalot and a lifetime of healthy dental habits.
At Brushalot, we care about two things: clean teeth for children and the healthy habits that keep them that way and creating memorable family traditions that last a lifetime. Brushalot removes the pain and frustration out of getting your child to brush their teeth. Our Kit also upgrades Tooth Fairy moments your family will never forget with a beautiful storybook, soft plush toy, and nightlight. So what is the (new) Brushalot Tooth Fairy tradition? And where did the Tooth Fairy tradition begin?
Does your child struggle to remember to brush their teeth? Are you trying to teach your little one responsibility? Is developing health habits important to you as a parent? If you answered yes to any one of those questions, then Brushalot’s free Tooth Brushing Charts are a must-have for your home as they help make brushing easy for your child!
Families know and love Incisor, the beloved sidekick of Sir Brushalot. But, to your child, Incisor can be much more than that! He can be a brave best friend and can help children overcome their fears of going to the dentist.
Brushalot Families know the Tooth Fairy as the sister of Sir Brushalot, one of the brave heroes from our award-winning storybook. But where does the legend of the Tooth Fairy come from? The answer may surprise you.
Making brushing teeth fun is key to ensuring your child develops healthy oral health habits. Too often, children view brushing as boring, which makes it difficult for parents! We know there’s a better way! With an open mind and a bit of enthusiasm, you can make brushing a “can’t miss” event in your home.
The eternal question parents everywhere ask: "How do I convince my child to brush their teeth?" It’s a question parents have been struggling with since the toothbrush itself was invented. At Brushalot, we think it’s time for a simpler and more effective approach to this age old parent-child conundrum.