Thursday, August 5, 2010

My Dentist's Choice Tooth Tissues Review & Giveaway...

Baby R just sprouted her very first teeth at 9 months.  Yes, she is a late bloomer when it comes to teeth!  I am not going to lie...it is hard to brush those little tips of white in her mouth.  I have a baby tooth brush but getting in there is a challenge that Baby R often wins.  I was really glad to have the opportunity to try out  a great new product by My Dentist's Choice, Tooth Tissues.

Tooth Tissues were created by dentists and parents, Dr. Grace and Dr. Jon.  They had seen many cases of nursing bottle decay in the mouths of young children and as  parents knew what a struggle it was to keep those tiny teeth clean from milk from bottles and from nursing.  As a solution they created Tooth Tissues.  These handy wipes are unflavored wipes to cleanse your baby's teeth and gums.  They are made with aloe vera to soothe gums, paraben free and formulated with xylitol a proven cavity fighter. 

I tried these out on Baby R after some milk and and a snack and they worked like a charm.  I was easily able to sweep her gums and little teeth.  She did not mind it at all and actually seemed to like the rubbing sensation over her gums.  There was no odor or sticky residue from the wipes.  I really like My Dentist's Choice Tooth Tissues.   Good oral hygiene is so important right from the start and these little wipes make keeping those pearly white clean easier.  A+!

You can purchase your own My Dentist's Choice Tooth Tissues here.  They retail for $6.99 per pouch of 30 wipes.

One lucky Reviewed By Mom winner is going to win a pouch of Tooth Tissues of their own!  Here is how to enter...

Mandatory Entry: Visit My Dentist's Choice and tell me something you learned either about the product or about early dental care.

For Extra Entries:

1.  Follow this blog= 1 entry
2.  Like Reviewed By Mom on Facebook =1 entry
3.  Like Tooth Tissues on Facebook=1 entry
4.  Enter one of my other giveaways & let me know you have done so = 1 entry
5.  Follow Reviewed By Mom on Twitter = 1 entry
6.  Blog, Tweet or Facebook about this giveaway & let me know where to find it = 1 entry

Please leave a separate comment for each entry and be sure to include your e-mail.  Contest is open to US residents and will end on August 14th.    The lucky winner will be announced by e-mail on August 15th and also here on Reviewed By Mom.  Good Luck!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post and I was provided with My Dentist's Choice Tooth Tissues for purpose of review.  The opinions in this post are entirely my own. Your experience may differ from mine. This post has not been reviewed or edited by anyone. I was not compensated in any other way for this review. The sponsor of this giveaway is responsible for prize fulfillment and shipping the winner(s) their prize.
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46 comments:

Megan said...

I learned that it is best to clean children's teeth right before bedtime.
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Josee said...

Never allow your baby or toddler to fall asleep with a bottle.

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dana said...

I didn't know that you should help your child brush their teeth until they are 7 to 8 years old. Wow!

Christie said...

I learned that even I can use these in between brushes too! Awesome!

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Corie @ Red Letter Rising said...

Learned I should already be caring for my one-month old's gums! Oops.

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Melinda said...

Mandatory-
Something I learned was just more of a confirmation for me. Kids can't get their own teeth clean until about 7 or 8years...something I've been trying to tell my husband about my 5yr. old...lol. This just proves my point- the NIDCR says so:)

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ruthhill74 said...

You should wipe the baby's gum with a gauze pad after each feeding.

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elle said...

tooth tissues are 99% natural

thanks!

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Christina said...

You can start early when your kids don't have teeth by wiping their gums with a clean wet washcloth or gauze after feeding.

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Chris said...

Cleaning teeth at least once a day and before bedtime is best.

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laura said...

Never let your child fall asleep with a bottle especially if its anything other then water

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Beth said...

Until kids are 7 or 8 you should help them brush.

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♥Heαther♥ said...

I learned that Tooth tissues may be used from birth to promote healthy habits that will last a lifetime.
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Christie said...

Leading by example is the best way to teach kids about dental care.

Smarti said...

by 6 months they should get water at night
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Marci J said...

I learned that caring for a baby's teeth is important because dental decay begins early on
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WWillows6 said...

I learned that you should have your baby see a dentist by his or her first birthday.
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sassy2 said...

didn't know you had to help your kids for so long, almost 8? wow

belgd said...

baby teeth ARE important

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Emmy Summers said...

I'm sure that a lot of parents are glad that tooth tissues like this come at a time when you need them the most: when you have a growing child at home who is beginning to sprout some baby teeth. Sometimes baby toothbrushes are not the proper solution to cleaning your child's fragile teeth and gums.