Parents of young children will soon be able to buy their own dental supplies, thanks to a new app that aims to make sure that the toothbrushing used by children is safe and effective.
The app is called Dental HealthSafe, and it lets parents use the app to check on their childrens teeth before they start brushing.
The app is available on iOS and Android and is currently available in the US and UK.
The main goal is to get kids brushing more often.
But the app has already gained a lot of attention from parents, who say it’s the most accurate way of checking on kids’ teeth.
“Kids who have toothbrushed more often can spend less time with their teeth, which is important to them because it means they are spending more time brushing,” said Stephanie Pfeifer, a dentist and co-founder of the advocacy group Childrens Dentistry.
“It’s also great for their gums, as kids are more likely to get cavities.”
There are a lot more ways to check kids’ mouths.
And the app lets parents choose the toothbrush that they want to use and how often.
“It’s great that there are apps that are easy for parents to use,” said Pfeief.
“But when there’s something that’s really challenging, parents will have to go out of their way to make the dental experience better for themselves.”
The app works with a variety of dental products, including whitening and whitening products, fluoride toothpaste and toothpaste with a fluoride content, as well as a range of toothpastes and enamel-based products.
Pfeifer says that in addition to checking on childrens mouths, the app helps parents and the dentist determine if a particular toothbrush is appropriate for their child.
“The kids themselves can’t tell us what’s safe,” said Jennifer Zweig, the lead engineer for Dental SafetySafe.
“There’s so many factors that are involved in tooth brushing that we can’t just say, ‘This is the best toothbrush for me’.”
Parents can also make their own toothbrush with a customisable toothbrush head, so that they can tailor their kids’ brushing to their individual needs.
“We’re all pretty different in terms of our preferences,” Pfeife said.
“We want a toothbrush made by us, so we want a brush that’s going to be the best for our childrens mouth.
We want to make it as safe as possible for them.”
While parents can access the app in their own homes, the dental clinic has partnered with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to help educate parents and educate children on the app.
The National Institutes for Health (NIEHS), a government agency that funds research, also funds the Dental Safe app.PFeifer said that the NIH has provided dental clinics in some of the most disadvantaged communities with fluoride-free toothpaste to give children the confidence to brush more frequently.
The dental clinic also partnered with dentists to provide the app and the education about the safety of the products and the potential risks involved.
“These are the kids that are going to benefit from the experience,” Pyeifer said.
“They are going, ‘OK, I know I can do this, but I have to know how safe it is.’
That’s really important.”