Help us Help a Child!

We are a small company trying to do big things. The N-Sta-Smile toothbrush is pre-pasted low foam, non-fluoride, non-sulphate teaching tool. The purpose of the brush is educating children in the healthy habit of oral hygiene. One of the goals of our company is to improve the oral health of our youth in this country and across the world. We believe that by putting a Waterless mini pre-pasted disposable toothbrush on the lunch plate of every child. We in doing this will teach them the importance of brushing their teeth after every meal and in turn making for a healthier life style. Some children only have the opportunity to brush their teeth once a day; some children don’t have the opportunity at all. So we are trying to put them on the lunch trays at school for breakfast & lunch so each child can have a chance to brush their teeth.

Tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood disease today- five times more common than asthma. 57% of Arkansas children have some kind of dental cavity experience. More than 51 million hours of school are lost each year due to dental-related problems. By having a toothbrush available to each student everyday it will increase the number of families who are regularly carrying out proper dental self-care by 60%. Dental caries (cavities) are the most prevalent infectious disease among U.S. children. Just by implementing a good oral hygiene program in a child’s life you can add  years to their life.

The economy today has made it so difficult on all businesses to have extra expenses. Our school system is no different. Our schools are all for the idea and want the brushes for their students. But again the budget doesn’t allow for any extra funding for new projects. We are asking for your help to make this dream become a reality. So we can make sure every school district that wants toothbrushes for their students will receive them.

Make a Difference in Your Community by teaming up with the Non-Profit group IOHC
(International Oral Health Coalition)

To donate and help a child please visit iohc.org or contact us through our contact page!