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Your Smile Health for Body Health

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Your Smile Health for Body Health

With 3 boys, staying on top of hygiene can be a chore as a parent! They want to rush showers, skip hair washing, wear the same shirt twice, race through teeth brushing! They are walking stinky germ baths! Even at 11, our youngest son is always being reminded what proper brushing looks like so I make sure he hasn’t been slacking when brushing.

I can’t brush his teeth for him at the age (that is too helicopter for me), so I just visit the topic often. “Let me see your retainer! Is it clean for your nighttime wear?” “You were only in that bathroom 30 seconds, there is no way your teeth are clean! Back in…” Then at Dentist visits I always ask his Dentist to go over (again) where he might be missing due to tartar finds and how to get those spots better. They are always happy to back me up so I am not the only nagging that they are not brushing properly.

Taking care of our mouths leads to a healthy heart, mind and body. Good oral health can limit your exposure to heart disease, stroke and memory loss. This is why it’s so important to start taking care of your oral health early, a healthy mouth equals a healthy you!

At Smile Health Dental Plans, they know this and they have come up with one of the most simple and affordable Dental plans on the market today! Smile Health Dental Plans would like to know how you take care of your oral health and what you do to ensure a healthy smile!Check out their website at https://smilehealth.com.

Oral health giveaway

Enter to win a Smile Health Dental Plans “Your Smile Health = Your Body Health” Care Kit that includes:

1 – Oral B Vitality Electric Toothbrush 
1 – Crest Pro-Health Toothpaste Travel Size 
1 – Oral B Glide Floss 
1 – Crest Pro-Health Multi-Protection Oral Rinse 
1 – Smile Health = Body Health PDF pamphlet

Enter below. Open to US and ends on June 7, 2019! Good luck!

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Ashley
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Ashley

This looks like such an awesome toothbrush. I personally struggle with a bit of sensitivity. I’ve been wanting to try an oral-b electric toothbrush for a bit. Thanks for the chance to win!

Antoinette M
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Antoinette M

We brush/floss and visit the dentist regularly.

Susan Smith
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Susan Smith

I brush my teeth twice a day and see the dentist twice a year. I struggle with remembering to floss my teeth regularly.

Lynne B
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Lynne B

I’ve been trying to floss more regularly. I also am trying to whiten my teeth.

Audrey Stewart
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Audrey Stewart

I have been dealing with teeth issues my whole life. I just have bad teeth. I am under a dentist care at present. I would love to win this.

Gabrielle
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Gabrielle

Write a reminder on a post it and stick it on the bathroom mirror to remind yourself to floss.

Jodi W
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Jodi W

i brush teeth daily, just struggle a bit to remember to floss regularly

Sandra McFadden
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Sandra McFadden

I think the other than brushing twice a day is flossing I keep floss in my purse, next to my chair in my living room and in my nightstand next to my bed as well as in my bathroom that way I have it readily available to use whenever I need it…….

Cindy Bowling
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Cindy Bowling

I brush my teeth 2-3 times daily. I’m not that good with flossing.

Roxann
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Roxann

Everyone in my house forgets to floss quite often. It seems like quite a few people have a similar problem remembering it,

Rebecca
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Rebecca

Make it a part of your daily routine and it will become a habit. Once you begin to do it regularly, you naturally want to continue it.

Tina
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Tina

Oral care is so important. My dentist tells me that your teeth tell you how the rest of your body is doing.

Yona williams
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Yona williams

My struggle has always been paranoid of every little thing. I learned that if your gums feel ‘itchy’ or off, then you might be suffering from a vitamin deficiency.

Laurie Nykaza
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Laurie Nykaza

I had been trying to find a floss i like and a tooth brush too. I need to floss often with having veneers

Germaine Harrison
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Germaine Harrison

I like to add baking soda to my toothpaste because my teeth look and feel cleaner.

Heather Garcia
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Heather Garcia

My daughter is 11 and no matter how well she brushes she gets cavities. It’s frustrating because she feels like she is failing, but it’s just her dads side, they have bad teeth,

Marilyn Nawara
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Marilyn Nawara

I’ve been having GUM issues — my dentist suggested that I purchase a water flosser. So easy to use and works so much better than string floss.

Jessica M
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Jessica M

I wish there was an easier way to maintain my oral health while pregnant. I floss and brush the same as before I was pregnant but my oral health seems to suffer during pregnancy.

Leela
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Leela

I brush daily and floss as needed. I try not to overdo it because my teeth are sensitive.

Susan P.
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Susan P.

We get our teeth cleaned every 6 months and any problems are caught early.

Charlotte Winters
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Charlotte Winters

I tend to brush too hard. A Oral B electric would certainly help.

Lissa Crane
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Lissa Crane

The biggest struggle in my home is flossing! I know you should floss at least once a day, but my kiddos hate it and I am yet to find a fun way to get them to them floss daily! I’m a little guilty myself of skipping, but I know I have to make it part of my bedtime routine.

Sharon Rooney
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Sharon Rooney

Always try to brush and floss after meals and keep your 6 month dental appointments.

Jackie
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Jackie

I brush and floss twice a day.We switch to a new toothbrush monthly, or after being sick.

Vickie L Couturier
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Vickie L Couturier

with the grandkids i try to make it fun to brush before bedtime,,they have a special place they like to sleep but arent allowed to until they brush,so its fun to see who goes first

Rena Walter
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Rena Walter

Oral hygiene is very important to teach young children. My daughter had braces because she had crooked teeth and an extra set of eye teeth that were removed She has always brushed regularly. We struggled to get our son to brush regularly, but he didn’t. He has a gap between his front teeth but we didn’t put braces on him because the dentist said if he didn’t rush regularly, with braces he would have a lot more cavities.

Priscilla Benavides
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Priscilla Benavides

I have never owned an electric toothbrush but have read and heard great things!

Wendy Browne
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Wendy Browne

Let your kid pick out their own toothbrush and toothpaste. A timer helps.

donna porter
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donna porter

Dental health is so important to me. I brush/floss twice daily and have regular dental check-ups.

Dana Rodriguez
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Dana Rodriguez

This is really nice. You should brush at least twice a day and Calcium is an element that is known to strengthen bones and teeth. You can also try chewing on citrus fruits that are rich in vitamin C, as this can boost the health of your gums.

Jillian Too
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Jillian Too

We make sure brushing and flossing are part of our everyday routine. Sticking to routine times helps keep us on track.

Helga
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Helga

I use xylitol every day and Closys mouthwash. These products really make a difference!

Vicki Wurgler
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Vicki Wurgler

I brush and floss daily. and my grandchildren have a timer they use to make sure they brush 2-3 minutes.

monique s
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monique s

I have an effort to remember to floss and to get the kids flossing too. Perhaps just using a thorough rinse is enough. I hope so

Debbie Welchert
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Debbie Welchert

We try to brush our teeth twice a day and we also use dental floss.

Mia E.
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Mia E.

My young grandson has been brushing his teeth everyday that I watch him. We started it early and just worked it into the routine and told him what a big boy he was. Seems to work most of the time.

heather
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heather

I brush my teeth several times per day and floss. I learned that I should be cleaning my tongue more when I read the pdf on this post.

Patty Vazquez
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Patty Vazquez

My son would be so happy to win this thanks for the opportunity

Edye
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We brush and floss daily! Also, going for regular cleanings too 🙂

Mary Songer
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Mary Songer

It can be hard keeping up with new products. I want to use the best possible brushes, toothpastes, tooth cleaners, and mouthwashes. We need more information.

Maryann D.
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Maryann D.

I am always happy to use an electric toothbrush and feel they clean teeth best. I try to use high quality toothpaste also.

Dana Scott
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Dana Scott

Anyone else’s kids ask if they have to brush ALL their teeth? I tell them “you only have to brush the ones you want to keep.”

Jessica Walker
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Jessica Walker

I always use an electric toothbrush to brush my teeth. I think it really makes a difference.

Rust
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Rust

I like carrying those portable flosser picks with me, they make it so easy to remember to floss after eating.

Lisa
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Lisa

I love to use a water flosser instead of regular string floss. It is easier and much faster.

Darlene Carbajal
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Darlene Carbajal

Sometimes I get lazy to floss.. ahhhh.

Debbie Yoder
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Debbie Yoder

We get regular checkups ,floss and brush three times a day!

LeAnn Harbert
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LeAnn Harbert

My boys had to be constantly reminded to brush their teeth morning and night.

DEBIJOT
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DEBIJOT

It was hard getting the kids to brush their teeth every night. After working at it, it became routine and they were doing it on their own.

Sue E
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Sue E

It is so important to keep up your oral health!! Also to start taking care of your teeth when you are young! Bad teeth and gums can make you very sick!! Please stay healthy!!

Steve Weber
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Steve Weber

I make sure to brush, floss, and rinse several times a day!