Why you should brush your teeth

Wendy, a five-year-old girl, doesn’t like brushing her teeth. Her mother fights with her every morning to brush her teeth while she cries and becomes angry.
A boy brushing his teeth. Net photo.
A boy brushing his teeth. Net photo.

Wendy, a five-year-old girl, doesn’t like brushing her teeth. Her mother fights with her every morning to brush her teeth while she cries and becomes angry.

Since she has made it a habbit, her mother at times just ignores her and lets her go to school with a dirty mouth. As a result, Wendy has no friends at school because everyone does not want to talk to her.

She fears to sing, talk and play with other pupils because if she does, they laugh at her. Wendy is always alone with an angry face because of her smelly mouth.

Many children hate to brush their teeth and yet this means more visits at the Dentist’s.

If children don’t brush, then germs will eat up their teeth and they will get tooth decay, cavities and unhealthy gums on top of bad-breathe.

Once germs eat up the teeth, then the dentist could decide to remove your teeth.

The best way to avoid this is by brushing our teeth every single day.

When you brush your teeth, your friends will not run away when you talk. You will also have a beautiful smile!

 

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