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5 Ways To Combat Mom Guilt When Your Kid Gets Cavities

edited April 2019 in General Topics

image5 Ways To Combat Mom Guilt When Your Kid Gets Cavities

When my son was 10 years old, I took him to the dentist for his bi-annual check-up.

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  • edited April 2019

    Another great trick is to use a sand timer to help kids brush their teeth long enough! A lot of parents have told me that it works well with their kids. Also, a children's fluoride rinse is also helpful to preventing cavities as long the child knows to spit and not swallow which can lead to getting sick.

  • I like these additional tips for getting kids to brush longer.

  • manor9940manor9940
    edited May 2019
    The Cavities is a very big problem in kids.
    They should have time to time get brush .
    and more information about kid problems visit our website. there all information about dental problems .https://manordentalcentre.co.uk/
  • Decide If You're Done Something Wrong.
    Create an Anti-Mommy Guilt Credo.
    Get Some Space From People Who Cause You Guilt.
    Consider the Other Person's Perspective.
    Take a Personal Day and Spend Time With Your Child.
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  • We found the music helps the duration of brushing. We had a sand timer for a while, but moved to letting our son pick a song to brush to. Upside is that most of the songs were 3 min or so, so we got a bit longer of a brush, but the result is 0 cavities since we started this method

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