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Favorite Fluoride-Free Toothpaste :: Let's Talk Teeth

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Favorite Fluoride-Free Toothpaste :: Let's Talk Teeth
Today is DentistDay! March 6.
Anybody just love to go see yours? Not me!
So I try to do all I can to take wonderful care of my teeth--myself! 
(Read all the way to end and comment to get free samples from me)

Having a fluoride-free toothpaste is very important to me. I'm not a fan of fluoride!
This is what I use for my daily routine for my teeth. 
doTERRA On Guard Mouthwash
doTERRA On Guard Toothpaste
 If you would like to read further on the uses and benefits of the toothpaste I've used the past 5 years [click here]

For fresh breath I keep doTERRA peppermint beadlets in my pocket. 
My doTERRA shop is here if you would like to support my home ventures.

This is my favorite type of toothbrush I've used for the last few years. I love the 2 minute timer and the deep cleaning pulsing floss-action!  


Oral-B Vitality Battery Electric Toothbrush with Timer.

And while we are on the subject of "TEETH" let me share with you my very favorite oldie-goldie rhyme with motions I do with my little bitty dears...

(Knock on lchild's forehead like you would knock on a door-gently please)
"KNOCK AT THE DOOR OF THE LITTLE CUTE HOUSE"

(Carefully pull their eyelids open wide and say)
"PEEK IN THE WINDOWS AND SEE WHO IS HOME"

(Gently twist nose like a door-knob & have child open mouth wide when you turn the "knob")
"TURN THE KNOB AND OPEN THE DOOR"

(point to all the little pearly white teeth and then tickle their tummies!)
"BUT DON'T STAY FOR TEA!! THOSE LITTLE WHITE DOGS...THEY WILL GOBBLE YOU UP! YOU'LL SEE!
(repeat over and over while you enjoy their little giggles)

My cutiepatootie grandboy showing all his pearly whites!

If you would like a free sample of doTERRA On Guard toothpaste sent to you:
Comment below with the answer and any other tidbit you wish to add!
QUESTION:
If you add up all your children's and grandchildren's teeth
what is the total number?
(HINT: An adult mouth normally has 32 teeth and children have 20 baby teeth)

UHHH??!!! I counted up my total - it is 668 and counting!
That's a lot of teeth to keep clean!

 

 

 

 

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  • Martha Greene
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  • Katherine Jackson
    Katherine Jackson

    Hmm… I think I come up with 72? I have just two little grandbabies, whom I love so much! They’re little redheads, just like I used to be (before my hair started turning grey/white, LOL). The few times I get to help brush their teeth, I just make up silly little games on the spur of the moment. My granddaughter just cannot stand to have her teeth brushed, so it’s a real struggle to come up with something funny/distracting enough to help her get through it. My grandson is a little turkey, and gets so excited when you come up with something fun. :) I’d love to have a sample or two of what you use. Thanks so much, and just love your blog! <3

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