Even some adults are guilty of this. However, your child’s teeth are still developing, and you don’t want this bad habit to become engrained into their adult life. Therefore, if you catch your child missing one of the two required daily brushing sessions, make sure to sit them down and talk to them about why it’s important to brush in the morning and night. After all, brushing in the morning helps to eliminate that foul morning breath! It also gets rid of the bacteria formed overnight. Brushing at night, on the other hand, prevents tooth decay and gum disease.
Let them know that you brush twice a day, and lead by example.
Your child sees you as a positive figure in their lives, and no doubt want to make the same great decisions as you.