Top 3 accounts to follow for #teethtips
SUMMARY: Here are a few accounts that will bring oral care knowledge into your social timeline.
Posted: April 13, 2017
It can be hard to squeeze teeth care and oral health into your daily routine beyond brushing a few times a day. There's so much going on, who's got the time to take in new oral care hints? One great way to make sure you don't fall into this pattern of forgetting about your teeth is to follow a few helpful accounts on social media. When valuable advice about your teeth is popping up in your feeds every day, you're more likely to remember.
Here are three accounts that can give you a whole new perspective on oral health and tooth care!
- 1-800-Dentist: When you follow 1-800-DENTIST on Twitter or on Facebook, you get helpful reminders and guides about everything from flossing to food selection. This organization of dentists is looking out for your teeth's health, and you should give them a follow to take in their wisdom. When tooth care professionals deal out advice, for instance on what you should do about toothaches, you know they've got the inside scoop.
- The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry: Dental health care for your kids is important. If they can keep their teeth and gums in good shape over the years, your young ones will be spared a lot of pain - and you'll avoid a lot of potential dental bills. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, which you can follow on Facebook, has a bunch of helpful articles that will jeep your kids on the right track. And the imagery the Academy uses is bright, fun and downright adorable.
- TheraBreath: Time for a little self-promotion. If you follow TheraBreath on Twitter and on Facebook, you don't just get information on fighting the causes of bad breath. We're constantly spreading useful knowledge about oral health in general. Give us a follow and tap into valuable facts that will keep your mouth fresh and your teeth safe!