Biggest thing people sometimes mistake discount dental plans for is dental insurance, which it is not. It’s kind of like a Club Warehouse Membership for dental patients. DentalPlans.com members pay a low-cost annual fee for a discount dental plan and in exchange they’ll get 10% to 60% off the price of dental work at a nearby participating dentist.
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offer to brush them myself
We sing together and brush together
My little girl doesn’t mind brushing her teeth and willing does it when I ask her too.
I never had to fight with them. Make a game of it with kids when theyre young and instill how much it means.
I had to purchase chocolate and vanilla flavored toothpaste online thru tanner pastries. Now they love to brush their teeth.
I just do it for them, its always a battle.
I tell my daughter to brush to keep the ugly cavity monsters away
I brush my teeth while they do. It helps them to learn how it’s done. My older daughter does on her own.
Start them young and keep enforcing until it sinks in 🙂 If they don’t do them or not good enough, I do them.
I don’t have any kids so it’s easy 🙂
I do not have kids, but I lived and was a nanny at my brothers house for a few years with his 4 kids. I made a chart w/ them and each day i did not have to tell them to go brush there teeth by a certain time, I’d put a sticker under their name. If they got a sticker each day for the week I took them to the dollar store and let them pick out a toy. Eventually, we didn’t need a chart. Yes, its bribery, however, by them watching the time to make sure they did it, it became a habit.
I get my daughter to brush her teeth by just reminding her that it’s time. She has a brush that plays music for the 2 minutes that she should be brushing. She loves brush teeth time.
I don’t have any children, but I would probably buy some fun tooth paste for my kids like the kind where you have to brush off the color.
I give them money
I tell them to brush their teeth and watch them while they do it.
I let them pick out their own toothbrushes.
We brush our teeth together and after they get their baths, before bed.
I do not have children. When my nieces were young, I would say that it was time for bed, and I would keep them company while they brushed their teeth. In the mornings, I would have my toothbrush in hand and state, “time to brush.”
dont have kids!
I don’t have a problem getting either of my kids to brush their teeth thank goodness!
I have to buy my grandson bubble gum flavored toothpaste.
This would be a great prize for anyone
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