Steripod Gives The Gift of Fresh Breath During National Children's Dental Health Month
LOS ANGELES: February is National Children's Dental Health Month (NCDHM) and to celebrate, Steripod - makers of the top-selling toothbrush protectors in the US, recommended by leading dentists and orthodontists - is offering two free Tongue Cleaners with every NCDHM Kit purchased during the months of February and March.
Each kit contains 4 Steripod Toothbrush Protectors in Pacific Blue, Envy Green, Tangerine Dream and Volcano Red; 4 Steripod Kids Glitter Toothbrush Protectors with fun animal-themed packaging in Princess Pink, Brilliant Blue, Pretty Plum and Dazzling Green; and 2 Steripod Tongue Cleaners in Pink and Blue. Click here to shop the limited-edition NCDHM Kit for $19, which qualifies for free shipping in the USA, and is a total savings of nearly $12.
According to Dr. Kenneth A. Barton of Barton Orthodontics, with 11 offices in New York and New Jersey: We are excited to be offering Steripod Toothbrush Protectors in our patient goody bags. Teeth are meant to last a lifetime, and a healthy, straight smile is important to a child's self-esteem. With proper care, a balanced diet, regular dental and orthodontics visits, and Steripod protection, their teeth can remain healthy and strong.
Simply clip the BPA-free pod on any standard or electric toothbrush, and its special thymol tablet goes to work to keep your toothbrush fresh and protected for up to three months. Using Steripod at home, on school trips or during family vacations is as easy as 1-2-3: rinse toothbrush after using and shake off excess water; clip Steripod onto toothbrush; and rinse toothbrush again before using. Sign up for the Steripod Reminder Program to receive a text message or email when it's time to replace your pod every three months.
Steripod's patented design allows air to circulate freely, which means your toothbrush can dry naturally. Contaminants require a moist atmosphere to multiply most effectively, so the drier your brush, the lower the risk of bad bugs on your bristles.