Puttisu is Making everyone smile.

Puttisu is busy Celebrating World Smile Day because we have plenty to smile about.

Why Teaching your kids good dental habits is one of the greatest gifts a parent you can give.

 When you teach your kids good dental habits, you set them up for a healthy smile both now and later in life. You'll help them prevent oral health problems from regular brushing to dental visits like cavities.

Dental hygiene is essential to overall health, and it's never too early to start teaching your kids about it. Make sure to brush their teeth twice daily, and talk to them about the importance of good oral health.

It's also important to schedule regular dental visits for your kids. The American Dental Association recommends visiting the dentist every six months for children under the age of two and every year for children over the age of two.

Teaching your kids about dental hygiene is one of the best things you can do for their health. By setting a good example and instilling good habits early on, you can help them maintain healthy teeth for years to come.

When you teach your kids good dental habits, you set them up for a healthy smile both now and later in life. You'll help them prevent oral health problems from regular brushing to dental visits like cavities.

Dental hygiene is essential to overall health, and it's never too early to start teaching your kids about it. Make sure to brush their teeth twice daily, and talk to them about the importance of good oral health.

It's also important to schedule regular dental visits for your kids. The American Dental Association recommends visiting the dentist every six months for children under the age of two and every year for children over the age of two.

Teaching your kids about dental hygiene is one of the best things you can do for their health. By setting a good example and instilling good habits early on, you can help them maintain healthy teeth for years to come.

Believe it or not, a child who is aware that teeth can decay is less likely to eat a ton of sugar. Why? Because they are aware that too much sugar can cause tooth decay.

Encouraging your child to Lower sugar consumption has been put forward as a solution to soaring rates of diabetes and obesity.

Here at Puttisu, we want all children to enjoy life and know balance is essential; however, too much of a great thing is never good.

Smiling is contagious and is one of the best ways to spread happiness. Help us spread a little more by celebrating World smile day and win yourself a gift voucher worth $100 and the chance to be featured on our new website.

Get Smiling, Get snapping.

Help us spread a little more by celebrating World smile day and win yourself a gift voucher worth $100 and the chance to be featured on our new website.
Get Smiling, Get snapping.

***To enter our competition, simply post a photo of your little one's smile on Instagram, and include the hashtag #PuttisuSmile #PuttisuUSA

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October 03, 2022

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