We all know how hard it is to get kids to do what’s good for them. That’s why we try to make it fun whenever possible. For example, we have toys for the bathtub and vitamins that look like cartoon characters.
A New Way to Fight Cavities
Now parents have a new weapon in the fight against cavities—entertaining dental phone apps. These delightful games can teach kids good dental habits and remind them to brush thoroughly every day. Check out these three delightful dental apps designed to help your kids practice good oral hygiene. We hope you find them useful.
My Virtual Tooth—Virtual Pet
My Virtual Tooth—Virtual Pet is another free app that teaches kids about the importance of good oral hygiene. Suitable for kids from preschool age through the early grades, this is a delightful app. “Dee,” the adorable personified virtual tooth, is like a pet that your kid can take care of.
According to the makers of My Virtual Tooth, “The best thing about virtual pet Dee is that he will teach your kids the importance of dental care through talking tooth games, which will be fun and hard to forget. “
My Virtual Tooth contains the following features:
- A three-minute brushing timer
- Outstanding graphics
- Favorite moments are shareable with friends
- Kids get to name their virtual tooth
Disney Magic Timer by Oral-B
Research indicates that how long you brush is one of the most important factors in practicing effective dental care. That’s why apps that get kids to brush longer are so valuable. Disney’s Magic Time by Oral-B is a fantastic aid for parents to help make sure that their kid spend enough time brushing their teeth.
Disney Magic Timer is free and it’s appropriate for younger kids, ages preschool through early grades. Coming from Disney, the app is sure to keep kids interested by entertaining them while they brush. The app employs 23 well-known Disney characters.
Schedule Your Kid’s Checkup in Lincoln Today
We hope these dental apps are useful for getting your kids to learn about and practice good dental hygiene. Another great way to protect your kids from cavities is to take them to the dentist for regular checkups. Why not give us a call at Family and Implant Dentistry to schedule an appointment today?