By Provided by CrestUpdated Jun 18, 2013
It might seem like just yesterday your little tyke was just that. Suddenly, you’re chauffering a busy tween to school, soccer practice, swimming lessons and friends’ houses. The older they get, the more time they spend away from home. You can’t monitor everything they eat, and you know they’re not brushing their teeth after every meal. So how can you make sure that your tween’s oral hygiene habits don’t go to the dogs?
Here are a few tips:
Visit Crest Pro-Health for more ideas and information about fostering good oral hygiene habits at home.
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