Announcing our first #Lovetobrush winner!
To help improve brushing habits and oral health, we here at Happy Kids Dental recently launched the exciting #Lovetobrush campaign, with a prize each month for our favourite image of your kids brushing their teeth in unusual places.
The winner for May was Ailsa Sheldon, with her photo of three kids brushing in a swimming pool! Proof positive that healthy teeth make happy kids! The unicorn, flamingo and doughnut inflatables were awfully cute too. We just hope the kids didn’t spit into the pool water!
Win £150 @johnlewisretail vouchers ⚡️every month⚡️ by taking part in the @HappyKidsDental #LoveToBrush campaign. Enter and win here https://t.co/Lt6wGgoZPQ#Ad #winitwednesday pic.twitter.com/RTUPvIVnPK
— THE LONDON MOTHER ® (@thelondonmother) May 23, 2018
— ailsa sheldon (@laralalibela) May 28, 2018
Congratulations to Ailsa who’s won £150 worth of John Lewis vouchers! Those should come in handy when preparing for her family’s next poolside holiday.
Fancy trying your chances at winning next month’s competition?
Here’s how it works. You take a photo or video of your child brushing their teeth and post it with the hashtag #Lovetobrush on social media for a chance to win a range of prizes. Make it fun and surprise us – show us your kids brushing in unexpected places! The idea is to let kids know that fun and oral health are not mutually exclusive, so think up some extreme brushing scenarios and get filming! For example, how about brushing at the beach? Bowling alley? We just ask that you be safety-conscious – no brushing on bicycles!
Happy Kids Dental will be offering FREE oral care and lifestyle prizes on a monthly basis for the best pictures and videos, in addition to a toothbrush amnesty. Simply visit the practice with an old child’s toothbrush and you’ll be given an oral care pack containing a new high quality toothbrush, floss, an oral care guide and disclosing tablets.
So let’s show our kids that we all #Lovetobrush and spread the word – follow @happykidsdental on social media and like and share our posts. Let’s get this message out and hopefully we can improve oral health and save teeth!