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Teeth Friendly Stocking Stuffers For Your Child During Holidays


Posted on 5/22/2023 by Fariba Mutschler
Teeth Friendly Stocking Stuffers For Your Child During HolidaysIf you have a lot of modest gifts you want to surprise your teenager with, stockings are a great way to do it. There is no more excellent present to give your youngster than a healthy, bright smile. In addition to candy canes and other sweets, you can fill your child's stocking with various other items, such as tiny toys, handmade snacks, and even a few things with a dental theme.

A New Toothbrush


Getting your child a new toothbrush can be as fun as getting him a new toy. When it comes to more minor children, pick a brush with one of their favorite cartoon characters on it. If younger children have delicate gums, choose a toothbrush with smaller bristles and more cushioning.

Having a colorful electric toothbrush makes brushing more manageable and effective for older children. You can be sure that your child brushes for the full two minutes because most electronic toothbrushes have timers built-in.

Sugar-Free Xylitol Candy or Lollipops


If you are looking for a sweet treat that is excellent for your kids, look no further. Chewing sugar-free Xylitol gum can help stimulate salivation, removing food particles stuck in your teeth. As a stocking stuffer for the whole family, xylitol-sweetened gum is an excellent choice.

Toothpaste And Dental Floss Come In Various Flavors.


You cannot go wrong with a fun-flavored toothpaste or floss. A variety of flavor options are available as well. Citrus, Watermelon, ginger, cinnamon, strawberry, and more are some of the flavors you can pick from when it comes to toothpaste. Coconut, cinnamon, strawberry, bubble gum, and maybe cupcake-flavored floss are all options.

Dental stockings are a great way to encourage your child to brush and floss their teeth during the holidays. Make an appointment with us when the holidays are over to ensure that your child's teeth remain healthy.
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