It sounds crazy, but we hear this from kids in schools in Wisconsin all the time. The CDC says that 1 in 5 kids ages 5 to 11 has a decayed tooth. From what we see, that seems to match the number of kids without access to dental care.
That's why we do what we do, completely free of charge to the kids. (Even when we don't get paid for it)
Please help us provide not only tooth brushes, but dental care, to kids in need right here at home.
>>>>3 Easy Ways To Help:
BECOME A SMILE MAKER TODAY! While helping the children in our program we hear so many times children say, I don't have a toothbrush at home. The children are so happy they get to take a simple toothbrush home. Let's help put more smiles on the children's faces. BECOME A SMILE MAKER TODAY! Give a child a toothbrush! All it takes is $1 for 1 toothbrush!! or You can give $10 a month for 10 toothbrushes per month!! #toothbrush #brightsmiles #oralcare #children #smilemaker
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The number-one dental problem among preschoolers is dental decay. One out of 10 two- year-olds already have one or more cavities By age three 28% of children have one or more cavities By age five nearly 50% of children have one or more cavities Dental Health & Hygiene for Young Children The best way to protect your child's teeth is to teach them good dental habits. They may be an enthusiastic participant, but they won't yet have the control or concentration to brush their te
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