National Brush Day
On November 1st, the American Dental Association's recommendations are reminding us all to follow the American Dental Association's recommendations. Often the day is referred to as Brush Your Teeth Day.
The day follows Halloween, which is traditionally the single most significant day of candy consumption in the United States. The simple act of brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes can have a major effect on cavity prevention. It also affects a variety of oral disorders, such as gingivitis.
It's important to encourage brushing after meals, especially after sugary snacks. When brushing their teeth, Teach your children a two-minute song to hum. These are some good tunes to learn are: There are some good tunes to learn are:
- Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Twinkle Twinkle Twinkle Twinkle Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
- Row Your Boat
- Wheels on the Bus
How to celebrate #nationalbrushday in #nationalwoodday
Invest some extra time educating children about the benefits of brushing their teeth. To clean your toothbrush, use a new toothbrush. When posting on social media, use the hashtag #NationalBrushDay.
History of national forest day has spanned the past
Healthy Mouths, Healthy Lives was founded in 2013 as an extension of the Kids' Healthy Mouths public service advertisement (PSA). More than 35 leading oral health groups and the Ad Council joined the campaign in August 2012. For just two minutes, twice a day, the observance is intended to remind and encourage parents to get their children's teeth clean.