Taking the “Bore” and “Chore” of Brush Time

Taking the “Bore” and “Chore” of Brush Time

When was the last time your child jumped for joy at the thought of brushing their teeth or flossing? Probably never, right

Let's face it; oral care is not something we typically associate with fun. It's a common struggle for parents to get their kids to brush their teeth. The constant battle to get them to brush can be exhausting. It's unfortunate when we consider how much oral health affects our overall health, especially for kids' growing and developing bodies.

Creating Positive Associations with Oral Care

Oral care is an essential part of maintaining good health, and children should start developing good oral care habits from a young age. However, it doesn't have to be a dreaded chore. It can be a fun activity for children to look forward to daily. Here are some tips on how to make oral care fun for kids and encourage them to brush more:

  1. Let Them Choose Their Toothbrush and Toothpaste Flavor

Allow your child to choose their toothbrush and toothpaste flavor. By doing so, they'll feel like they have control over their oral care routine. At SuperMouth, we know exactly what kids want and have developed an entire line of brushes that feature fun and vibrant colors, cool superhero characters, music and lighting features, and even augmented reality experiences to teach proper oral care and make it super fun! Similarly, our toothpastes come in ice cream flavors and taste delicious, making brushing more enjoyable for kids.

  1. Make it a Family Affair.

Brush and floss as a family. This reinforces the importance of oral care and allows for some quality bonding time. 

  1. Make Some Music.
Singing songs or playing music can be a great way to make brushing teeth fun, especially for kids! That's why SuperMouth created the “SuperMouth Brush Beats” albums, packed with energetic tunes that last around 2 minutes - the recommended brushing time by dentists. With music as their guide, kids can groove their way to a healthier smile! You can listen to these toothy tunes via:
  1. Have a Family Movie Night.

Grab some popcorn (and floss) and bring excitement to oral care with "The Rise of SuperMouth," our action-packed movie that transforms mouthcare into a thrilling adventure. In this family adventure, we meet the SuperMouth Squad, a team of superhero dentists and their comical sidekicks, as they attempt to stop villainous candymaker Cavitar from spreading sugar bugs to ruin teeth throughout the galaxy. This hybrid live-action animated film is full of heartwarming moments, more than a few laughs, and thrilling action kids (and you) will love. You can watch the full movie for free at: https://supermouth.com/pages/play 

  1. Reward Good Behavior.

Encourage good oral hygiene habits by rewarding your child for brushing and flossing regularly. Rewards can be as simple as a sticker chart or a small toy.

Bottom Line: Getting Kids Started at a Young Age will Create life-long Healthy Habits

Good oral hygiene is crucial for overall health. Poor oral hygiene can lead to cavities and other oral health problems. These dental issues can cause pain and discomfort, affect the child's eating habits, and even lead to more severe health problems. By making oral care fun, parents can help ensure their children maintain good dental habits that will benefit them for life.

In conclusion, oral care should be fun for children. Parents can encourage their children to brush and floss regularly by creating a positive association with oral hygiene. Good oral hygiene habits developed at a young age will benefit children throughout their lives. So, let's make brushing and flossing fun and watch our kids develop healthy dental habits that will last a lifetime.

Visit SuperMouth.com/pages/play to immerse your child in the world of SuperMouth and teach them healthy mouthcare habits for life.