Angry Birds™ Anti-Cavity Mouth Rinse offers kids a fun, effective way to tackle tooth decay

January 20, 2014

Apparently, the avian cast from the Angry Birds game aren’t content to just battle evil pigs anymore - now they’re targeting tooth decay as well.

Apparently, the avian cast from the Angry Birds game aren’t content to just battle evil pigs anymore - now they’re targeting tooth decay as well.

Firefly Angry Birds Anti-Cavity Mouth Rinse by Dr. Fresh is said to be an excellent adjunct to regular, thorough brushing and flossing. The bubblegum and berry-flavored formula formula is alcohol and sugar-free, plus it contains fluoride to help strengthen tooth enamel and prevent decay.

And by tapping into the popularity of the Angry Birds brand among youngsters, Firefly hopes to instill healthy hygiene habits in kids by making dental care fun. The pump bottles feature 3D likenesses of the popular Red Bird and Stella characters, plus a “no-mess” cup attached to the bottom of the bottle for proper usage and storage between rinses.

Recommended for children ages 6 and up, the rinse has reportedly been thoroughly tested for safety, purity and efficacy, but should only be used under parental supervision. The 16-oz bottle has a suggested retail price of $3.99 and will be available early this year at Wal-Mart, Target, Walgreens, CVS, Safeway, Rite-Aid, and many other retailers.

For more information about Firefly Angry Birds Anti-Cavity Mouth Rinse, head to www.fireflytoothbrush.com.