The best way for your children to remember to take care of their teeth between dental visits is with lesson plans on brushing teeth and flossing. Whether they’re used in school or at home, lesson plans and activity sheets can help your child maintain good oral hygiene and help prevent cavities and tooth decay.
Practicing good dental hygiene at an early age can help kids develop healthy, strong teeth into adulthood. In fact, the preventive measures your child takes earlier in life (such as eating well, and brushing and flossing teeth regularly) can ensure a healthy smile for a long time.
Lesson plans are a fun and effective way to get your children to think about their oral health, even if they haven’t been to the dentist in a while. At Kool Smiles, we know the value that lessons can hold, which is why we work to make them available and accessible to parents and teachers across the country.
In addition to the lesson plans we provide on our website, our general dentists work with children when they come in for dental services.
We help them practice brushing and flossing their teeth so they can learn proper techniques. We also have an Oral Health FAQ to help you as a parent learn dental hygiene practices for all stages of your child’s dental development.
Your child will love coming into our clinic. All of our locations are designed with kids in mind, and parents love our insurance and payment options—especially our Medicaid acceptance policy that doesn’t limit the amount of patients we see.
Whether you’re looking for lesson plans or a dentist to teach your child about brushing and flossing their teeth, give Kool Smiles a call or visit one of our convenient locations today.
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