You are probably thinking “it’s a war getting them to brush, so how on earth do I get them to floss?”. Trust me, I get your pain point, kids don’t seem to get the hygiene memo about brushing and flossing, so getting them to do this healthy activity is like chasing clowns in a circus — a very daunting, annoying and otherwise” ridiculous” task that leaves you breathless and pissed more times than you can count. But here is the thing, a dentist once told me that flossing takes precedence over brushing. Yes, it is way more important for your kids to floss than brush, and the sooner you make them cultivate this dental habit, the better for their teeth.
But since your kids don’t care about dental hygiene and think you are a “meanie” for forcefully making them to brush and floss, how do you tackle this challenge? Its quite simple; you probably don’t realize it, but your kids find it difficult to floss because their little hands cannot efficiently handle the strings, hence the obvious dislike for flossing. To solve this inconvenience, I use disposable flossers. While these aren’t the most eco-friendly, they work just fine. My kids and I use them, rinse and re-use until the strings reach their limit and breaks.
The one pictured here is an especially, great fit for your kids’ little hands. It is an easy to use and ultra-convenient one-handed flossing device. The easy-grip, slip-resistant, handle makes it easy for your kids to hold and control the flosser. Plus, it reaches hard-to-access areas of the teeth with zero to no discomfort. The included fresh mint flavor is a breath of fresh air. It is easily one of the best flossers you can lay hands on and your kids will love it. Getting your kids to floss just got better, easier and enjoyable with disposable flossers!
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