Print out this page and hang it at kids’ eye level near the sink where kids brush their teeth.
Help kids move their fingers through the maze to help Grover find his way to the picnic. Ask children to name the crunchy foods they see along the way. Ask, What are your favorite crunchy fruits and vegetables?
Give kids this Super Teeth Certificate for keeping their teeth and bodies healthy and strong!
Print this page and fill out the Send a Smile message. Deliver this special message from little ones to someone who helps take care of their teeth—the dentist, the hygienist, and the office staff.
Print and color in this door hanger to create a Super Brushing Zone at home. Children can write their names on the bottom and hang this hanger on the bathroom door to show where the brushing happens!
Print these pages, staple them together, and give kids their very own coloring book while they wait to see the dentist.
All about brushing your kids’ teeth and building healthy habits from a young age for optimal oral health. Did you know your child’s baby teeth are a risk for decay as soon as their teeth first appear? This is often referred to as baby bottle tooth decay. The good news is tooth decay is preventable! […]
Preventing Tooth Decay Your child’s baby teeth are at risk for decay as soon as they appear. The good news is that tooth decay is preventable!
“Sugar is fun to eat, but not good for your teeth!” Limiting the amount of sugar your entire family eats is good for your teeth and key to your overall health. Here are some dentist-recommended ways to start saying good-bye to unnecessary sugar throughout the day.
8 Secrets to a Successful Back-to-School Dental Checkup Backpack? Check. Booster shots? Check. Teeth cleaning? Check! Regular dental visits are important year-round, but a back to school check-up is key in fighting the most common chronic disease found in school-age children: cavities. In fact, dental disease causes children to miss more than 51 million school […]