Don't Let Tooth Decay Ruin Your Kid's Life This Halloween! ~ The Review Stew
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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Don't Let Tooth Decay Ruin Your Kid's Life This Halloween!

A product was given for review for my honest opinion. No other compensation was given.

Halloween is around the corner (I CAN'T BELIEVE IT IS ALMOST THE END OF OCTOBER!!) and with it comes A LOT of candy! A lot of candy can lead to tooth problems...Did you know that there are MILLIONS of at-risk kids that can't sleep at night, eat properly or even concentrate in school because of painful tooth decay? Without the financial resources for dental care or even a toothbrush or toothpaste, these kids find themselves caught in a downward spiral of pain and humiliation, from getting bullied in school to enduring an agonizing toothache on a daily basis.


Don't let tooth decay ruin a kid's life! This Halloween, transform a kid's tears of pain into a healthy smile and hope for the future by participating in Trick or Treat for America's ToothFairy.

Your donation will go directly to helping children in need, and you can also be entered to win a Halloween Jack-o-Lantern bucket filled with 144 toys! (Perfect for Halloween parties and trick or treaters!)

Kids can get involved too and receive fun stickers and a certificate recognizing them as an Official ToothFairy Helper by the ToothFairy herself!


Tips for a Health Halloween from America's ToothFairy!

Make this year memorable and sweet without all the sugar with these fun tips for a healthy Halloween!
  • Give 'em a treat without the sweet! Hand out sugar-free candy, toothbrushes or fun little toys to trick or treaters!
  • Make sure your child has a healthy meal before Halloween festivities to avoid snacking and a sugar overload!
  • If you are hosting a party, use healthy foods to make fun treats that the kids can enjoy. With a little fruit, some paper plates and toothpicks, children can create their own Monster Face. Melonballs or grapes make great monster’s eyeballs, simply spear the melonballs with the toothpicks and poke through the paper plate. For the monster’s nose, spear strawberries or orange slices, and for the monster’s smile, a banana will do just fine!
  • For a healthy smile year round, remember to brush, and floss your teeth twice a day and visit your dentist once every six months! For children ages 6 and up, use a fluoride rinse.
  • Trick or Treat with America's ToothFairy this year and help raise awareness and support to portect young smiles and help kids in need!

Another way to fight tooth decay and cavities this Halloween is by using the awesome Oral-B Pro-Health for Me Rechargeable Toothbrush! It is the perfect electric toothbrush for kids and is designed to cater to the oral health needs of tweens without cramping their style. This electric toothbrush has a waterproof handle with fun designs and is compatible with multiple toothbrush heads. It also features a brushing timer that ensures their brushing style goes the extra mile for the dentist-recommended 2 minutes.
  • This brush head provides a gentle brushing experience.
  • 2 Minute Timer - Signals to let you know when you have completed 2 minutes of brushing.
  • Replacement refill heads feature extra-soft bristles
  • Gently Power away gunk

So this Halloween fight tooth decay with Oral-B Pro Health for Me Rechargeable Toothbrush and Oral-B Pro Health For Me Sensitive Clean Brush Head Refills, help others by participating in Trick or Treat with America's ToothFairy, follow them on Facebook and Twitter and follow the tips from America's ToothFairy above for a healthy, happy Halloween!

Buy It: You can purchase the Oral-B Pro Health for Me Rechargeable Toothbrush and Oral-B Pro Health For Me Sensitive Clean Brush Head Refills at their local Walmart



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