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Oral Hygiene for Kids

Teeth can last a lifetime if you take care of them right — and the best time to start is just as soon as they begin appearing…

Happy December!

The holidays have officially kicked off and you know what that means around the house! Baking, cooking, wrapping, decorating, and more messes than usual! Thank goodness for Tasty Clean to provide a NATURAL cleaning solution for those little things that are dropped all over the house.

What CAN I CLEAN WITH Tasty Clean?

There are many ways to use Tasty Clean. And since Tasty Clean is made from natural ingredients, it’s safe!

Tips for keeping a newborn healthy during the holidays

Germs are rampant and so are the kisses. Here’s how to keep your newborn protected during holiday visiting.

How can I get my toddler to cooperate when I brush her teeth?

From the first baby tooth through the last adult molar, your child’s teeth are important. They play a role in nutrition, speech development, and more. Find out when and in what order your baby’s teeth will come in and how to soothe teething pain. Teach your toddler good brushing basics (and learn how to avoid nightly battles). Discover how to handle a wiggly tooth and set the stage for a lifetime of healthy gums and teeth.

Tasty Clean for Your Dental Appliances

Did you know that Tasty Clean is an excellent product for cleaning all your dental appliances?

4 Hidden Spots for Holiday Germs

Keep your family and others healthy during the holidays with these tips to prevent catching and spreading germs

Germs Living on Your Toothbrushes and How It Effects Your Health

We use our toothbrush several times a day to clean our teeth and mouth. When we reach for it, we assume that it is clean and safe to use.  You may have heard that germs live on toothbrushes, but have you wondered if you should be concerned about health issues and if there any precautions that should be taken?

Keeping Baby’s Pacifier Clean

When the pacifier, binky, or sucky gets dropped, it’s good to have more on hand or find some warm water for a rinse before handing it back to a child.

Children’s Oral Health

Cavities (also known as caries or tooth decay) are one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood in the United States. Untreated cavities can cause pain and infections that may lead to problems with eating, speaking, playing, and learning. Children who have poor oral health often miss more school and receive lower grades than children who don’t.

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