Crest and Oral-B Pro-Health FOR ME is the first and only complete line of oral care products for tweens (Kids 8+) created to protect all the areas dentists check in kids including fighting cavities, strengthening teeth enamel and freshening their breath.
Crest and Oral-B Pro-Health FOR ME
The Pro-Health FOR ME line includes toothbrushes that are just the right size of older kids’ mouths, toothpaste and rinse flavors designed for tweens and floss picks that are easy to use–all in unique packaging that’s cool enough for tweens!
Oral-B Stages 3 offers a regimen including toothbrushes, toothpaste, and flossers for children ages 5-7 years old.
Oral-B Pro-Health FOR ME CrossAction Toothbrush
Three steps in healthy oral care regimen include:
- Brushing Twice a Day
- Flossing Once a Day
- Rinsing Twice a Day
- A unique appearance chosen by tweens to make brushing fun
- Tween-approved Minty Breeze flavor
- Fights cavities
- Strengthens enamel
- Cleans teeth to brighten
- Freshens breath
Oral-B Stage III Toothbrush
- Features cup-shaped bristles that surround each tooth and a Power Tip that easily reaches around and behind back teeth.
- The larger handle and non-slip grip is designed for bigger hands and improved dexterity for a child who is brushing with less help.
- Available with Disney Princesses, Toy Story and Disney Cars
- Accompanying Stage 3 Oral-B Stages Toothpaste also available in Disney Princesses, Toy Story and Cars
Oral-B Pro-Health FOR ME Floss Picks
- Easy to use and less messy for more complete clean vs. brushing alone
- Minty Breeze flavor and tween-inspired color
- Brushing alone can miss up to 30% of the tooth surface. A plastic-handled flosser can make it easier for kids to floss.
- Try to limit your child’s intake of sugary snacks.
- If your child must snack, choose nutritious foods such as vegetables, low-fat yogurt and low-fat cheese.
It is important to show kids with braces the correct way to brush.
- Using a two-step system–brushing from the top down and then the bottom up–will help dislodge any breakfast stuck in the brackets.