HEALTHY TEETH, HEALTHY ME
650 N. Carriage Parkway, #60 ~ Wichita, KS 67208 ~ (316) 686-2721
Caring for young children's teeth is an important part of keeping their bodies healthy—and it's never too early to get started! Strong baby teeth set the stage for strong permanent teeth, and help children play, learn, and grow. These tips and tools were designed to help you and your child care for his or her teeth together. Click here for more information.
~ Sesame Street, Healthy Teeth, Health Me
September Trivia Question:
Great Plains Dental knows the importance of healthy teeth, and wants to help educate everyone with a fun monthly trivia contest! The prize package for September is a wonderful variety of things to entertain kids, including coloring books, crayons, and board games! The winners each month will be drawn at random from all the correct answers, and the prize packages can be picked up at Great Plains Dental (650 N Carriage Pkwy, Wichita, KS 67208). Good luck!
What is the strongest bone in body?
c. Skull (head)
Email this address with your answer: firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to write contest and the month in the subject line please!
If you want more educational dental resources, be sure to click the link located at the bottom of this page!
Only one (1) prize per household for this contest. Employees of the Company, the Contest’s participating sponsors and their advertising agencies, and members of the immediate family of any such persons are not eligible to participate and win. The prize(s) that may be awarded to the eligible winner(s) are not transferable, redeemable for cash or exchangeable for any other prize. All prizes must be redeemed from Great Plains Dental within thirty (30) days of winner receiving notification. If a winner cannot be contacted or is disqualified for any reason, the Company reserves the right to determine an alternate winner or not to award that winner’s prize, in its sole discretion.
How to avoid cavities and instill good oral habits in children
- Begin cleaning gums and teeth with wash cloth or soft brush morning and night, as soon as baby is born.
- Use only a pea sized amount of toothpaste, and do not use fluoridated toothpaste until child is old enough to spit it all out.
- Brush twice daily, especially at night, for 2-3 minutes… about the length of a song. Floss all teeth at nighttime as well.
- Child should have nothing to eat or drink after nighttime brushing, besides water.
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