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4 Teeth Pleasing Stocking Stuffers

It’s the Holidays. Family fun and great food. To help keep that smile healthy we wanted to count off four of the best stocking stuffer ideas that are all about a happy clean mouth. These are sure to please and everyone should be keeping a healthy mouth.
1. The Spark of a Great Gift

Electric toothbrushes are much more effective than manual brushes, and are great for children. This is a great way to booth your oral health. Ask us for a recommendation.

1. Let’s be Picky

Do your loved ones travel much? Floss picks are great for the on the go person. Kids even love them! You can find these in many different colors.

2. Xylitol-infused Bubble Gum

What is your favorite holiday cookie? Mine are Heath Bars. Chewing sugar-free gum after a meal produces saliva to counteract the acid. Look for gum containing the natural sweetener, Xylitol, it is a particularly good option since studies show that consistent use of Xylitol can help prevent tooth decay and help dislodge food particles while you chew.

3. Colgate Wisps

Colgate Wisps are a perfect stocking stuffer for people who travel often for business. These are also great when you are camping or if you are always on the go. It’s a tiny tooth brush meant for on the go brushing when you don’t have a bathroom.

We are a pediatric dentist located Parker, Colorado. Let us know what ideas you may have and post in the comments box below.

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