Oral B and Crest G!VEAWAY Pack #TGCBB

A routine that includes goo Oral care is VERY important for your overall health! Sometimes some new products can help you to be motivated to care for your mouth the way it deserves to be cared for!

Oral B and Crest Can Help You Stay Healthy!


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Crest Pro Health toothpaste
Oral-B Glide floss
Creat Pro-Health multi-protection rinse
Crest 3-D White strips Advanced Seal

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97 Responses to Oral B and Crest G!VEAWAY Pack #TGCBB

  1. mamawee says:

    I am not a huge coffee lover, but my hubby is…for me, I like very mild and only drink it occasionally – Or, give me a vanilla latte and I am happy!

  2. Lisa Bolduc says:

    Floss as much as you can!

  3. Lisa Bolduc says:

    Floss as much as you can!

  4. mamawee says:

    Eating a piece of cheddar cheese helps to neutralize the ph balance in your mouth, and cuts the bad bacteria…so if you have something sugary and can’t brush your teeth – have some cheese!

  5. Guppy says:

    Brush your tongue too – food particles and bacteria can be caught in the ridges. Helps reduce bad breath.

  6. flowerchild says:

    My tip is to use mouthwash after brushing
    thanks

  7. Sweet Panda says:

    If you drink orange juice, don’t brush your teeth right away as it is will damage the softened enamel (due to the fruit acid). Wait to brush for at least 30 minutes

  8. driii says:

    Start brushing your kids teeth as early as possible. It gets them used to it a lot easier.

    Adriana Fitzgerald

  9. Skees says:

    Let your child brush their own teeth but follow up daily just as way to make sure the teeth are clean. We say we’re doing a germ inspection.

  10. Annie1 says:

    Floss, floss and floss some more!

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  11. Shayna says:

    Never let your little one go to sleep with a bottle.

  12. ginette4 says:

    Brush your teeth daily and flossing is a also a must

  13. C ssm says:

    Floss twice a day

  14. Faa says:

    Floss your teeth often. 🙂

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  15. Jonnie (JB) says:

    Make sure you regularly change your toothbrush or toothbrush head.

  16. Glogirl says:

    Floss regularly. It’s so important for good oral health!

  17. Vesper says:

    keep toothbrushes out of the way of any sprays

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  18. Katrina says:

    A sulcabrush is a good tool to use especially if you have trouble flossing

    sweetpeg at gmail dot com

  19. Bree says:

    Brush your teeth twice daily and use a good brush!

    breej23 at hotmail dot com

  20. I’m also a big fan of the sulca brush for getting the points of gum in between teeth to promote circulation and protect against gingivitis.

  21. Ms. Key says:

    Teach your children good oral hygiene… and try to push flossing as a habit… due to the fact that gum disease and such highly effects our overall health, especially our hearts!

  22. Jo says:

    Use dental floss and a whitening toothpaste!

  23. The Zoo says:

    Brush for at least 2 minutes. I’d love to have 2 minutes…

    Regards, Sarah
    Zookeeper at Journeysof TheZoo
    journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com

  24. Wrap the floss around your middle finger instead of your index finger.

  25. Unknown says:

    Floss. Brush after evey meal and snack. Drink LOTS of water.

  26. ksceviour says:

    Brush at least twice daily after meals,and floss,and teach your children good dental hygiene at an early age.
    ksceviour at hotmail dot com

  27. SG says:

    Rinse with fluoride rinse.

  28. Olivia L says:

    floss regularly and see your dentist every 6 months

  29. I am big on flossing 🙂

  30. When brushing your teeth, also give your tongue a brushing too. Your tongue can harbour millions of bacteria.
    Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity. ~Pauline
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  31. Cheryl says:

    Don’t forget to floss your teeth too! Brushing alone is not enough to keep your teeth and gums clean.

  32. Jennifer says:

    floss every day.

  33. Denise G says:

    Brush your tongue

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  34. Rebby says:

    Floss twice a day of course!

  35. Amy C says:

    Use mouthwash after brushing.

  36. Ashley O. says:

    If you have a problem with bad breath..a tongue cleaner works wonders 🙂
    ALSO…Floss Floss Floss

  37. Lisa Smith says:

    Keep floss out on the counter, you might actually remember to use it,

  38. D.Calvert says:

    Make sure your toothbrush head is small enough to get in the back of your molars!

  39. Andrea Amy says:

    remember to floss and brush your teeth every night before you go to bed

  40. If you are unable to brush your teeth after a meal. The last thing you should eat is cheese. Cheese neutralizes the saliva in your mouth. You could prevent cavities.

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  41. NenaS says:

    Let your child help to pick out his/her toothbrush and toothpaste, it may encourage them to brush their teeth because they were part of the decision making process.

  42. Debbie says:

    I like flossing to music. (please don’t laugh but it makes it a little more entertaining)
    (Debbie W)

  43. leanne_mac says:

    flossing is a must

    leannemacg at gmail.com

  44. Brush your tongue! what the point of brushing your teeth if your dirty tongue just messes it right back

  45. Don’t forget to brush your tongue! If you dont it will just spread bacteria right back to your freshly clean teeth

  46. Lori says:

    Don’t apply too much pressure when you’re brushing and remember to brush your gums as well.

  47. 409cope says:

    I floss my teeth every night befor going to bed.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

  48. keeping your teeth fresh is great for losing weight because everything tastes bad after you brush, you won’t want to eat lol

  49. Belinda M says:

    floss for two minutes before you brush
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    belinda mcnabb

  50. Sue2Sueper says:

    Remember to floss at LEAST once a day!

  51. castaard says:

    Rinse with salt water.

  52. When I brush the kids teeth I pretend their is a monster truck or fast car in their I am chasing around!

  53. Remember to brush your gums and tongue! And it is never too early to introduce your kids to a toothbrush 🙂

  54. Mystic Misha says:

    People forget to sterilize their toothbrush. Leave in a cup of alcohol to kill germs.

  55. Mystic Misha says:

    People forget to sterilize their toothbrush. Leave in a cup of alcohol to kill germs.

  56. Mystic Misha says:

    People forget to sterilize their toothbrush. Leave in a cup of alcohol to kill germs.

  57. Mystic Misha says:

    People forget to sterilize their toothbrush. Leave in a cup of alcohol to kill germs.

  58. Heather H says:

    floss …. and make sure you still rinse !!!

  59. Lillea says:

    Rinse your mouth with water after drinking of eating anything acidic – that will help prevent errosion of your tooth enamel.

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  60. A lot of people don’t realize how important it is to not only floss but to brush their tongue. The tongue harbors tons of latent bacteria in your mouth, so if it is not fully cleaned, your gums will be covered in bacteria very quickly after brushing.

  61. intensev5 says:

    don’t forget to also brush your furry friends teeth too!!!!

  62. Monica says:

    Brush and floss at least twice a day and visit your dentist for a cleaning and check-up, every 6 months.

  63. Jennifer says:

    last thing before bed, brush, floss and rinse with a good mouth wash.

  64. tobyhir says:

    Floss daily, can’t stress that enough!

  65. Niko says:

    Have gum with you so that you can somewhat “rinse” out your mouth of the germs in the middle of the day when you have no access to toothpaste or floss!

  66. Rhonda says:

    I go to the dentist and have a cleaning 3x a year instead of just 2x. I hear chewing gum after a meal helps also…

  67. Brush your tounge, and chew sugar free gum!

  68. Use a fluoride twice a day and avoid eating or drinking for a half an hour afterwards.

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  69. trishjoyce3 says:

    The most important thing you can do? Floss every.single.night, no matter what.

  70. Sherry says:

    invest in a little spin brush for the kiddies and you won’t believe how much they will enjoy brushing their teeth.

  71. A. Smith says:

    It’s a good idea to rinse with water after having black coffee or tea to prevent stains.
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  72. Nathania H says:

    drink your dark soda or juice with a straw, even coffee. floss lots!
    nathania.a at gmail dot com

  73. le p says:

    Floss, floss, floss – but make sure you’re doing it correctly. thanks

  74. JeannetteNL says:

    Brush your tongue as well as your teeth to help eliminate mouth-borne bacteria.

  75. xmd5 says:

    Rinse your mouth before going to bed.

    Ted Kooper
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  76. Burcu says:

    Green Tea is good for your teeth

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  77. Have your dentist or hygienist show your kiddos how to properly floss EARLY. They seem to listen to the professionals more than mom & dad! LOL! 🙂

    ~ Raylene at It’s OK to be WEIRD!
    itsoktobeweird at gmail dot com

  78. Being Tazim says:

    only use a pea sized amount of toothpaste

  79. Lori Butler says:

    floss as often, mouthwash is awesome too

  80. Shari G says:

    Just because kids don’t have teeth doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be cleaning their gums. Use a infant cloth to clean the gums. It helps get food off, and also gets them use to the feel of things in their mouths for when you will be brushing their teeth.

  81. Tooth Fairy says:

    If you still use manual then Angle your soft toothbrush towards gumline and brush round and round in little massaging circles to break up the bacteria. I little paste mix of baking soda and water can be used to remove mild staining on teeth with brush or flossing inbetween them.
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  82. marbles999 says:

    Brush away from the gums and floss daily.

  83. start early with kids, if they have a routine early one they will be more likely to stick with it

  84. Mark says:

    floss daily and avoid sugary foods

  85. Karryk says:

    Don’t forget to floss

  86. My dentist always used to say that if you can’t brush your teeth, eating something crunchy like carrot sticks, celery or an apple can help clean your teeth after a meal!

  87. teach your little ones the importance of brushing early

  88. Julia says:

    Brush for 2 mintes. Set a timer.

  89. Diana says:

    Keep floss picks handy. I keep them in a small glass jar on the counter.
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  90. Lindsay says:

    floss at least once a day and chew xylitol gum!

  91. Maegan Morin says:

    Brush and Floss Daily mouthwash helps too 😀

  92. Always floss, and brush your teeth at least twice a day. Oh and if you have garlic so should your significant other. lol 🙂

  93. lelalacc says:

    if a toothbrush and toothpaste is not handy, then eating cheddar cheese will help clean your teeth of plaque and food residue

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  94. Bee W Bedard says:

    see the dentist every 6 months

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