This past Easter, I put together Easter baskets for Little Man and Little Miss Throwsafit. Littlest One was too young to have any idea what was going on. In addition to a little bit of candy, like Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs (I just LOVE them), jelly beans, Hershey Kisses, etc, I stuffed their baskets with things that wouldn't rot their teeth out of their heads. I got them fun toothbrushes, fun toothpaste, toys, games, etc. Little Man got a Spiderman toothbrush and Spiderman toothpaste. Little Miss Throwsafit got a Disney princess toothbrush and trainer toothpaste. They were more excited about that stuff than they were about the candy. (I know. I have weird kids.) I also put a bottle of Listerine Smart Rinse in Little Man's basket. He didn't have any interest in it at first, so it sat on the corner of the sink for several months. Last week, though, I opened it up and used it myself. I made funny swishy noises that he thought were silly. Naturally he had to try it. Since then, the past couple of weeks or so, he's been diligent in using it. He loves how it tastes. I like it because it's a bit of extra help as he learns how to brush his teeth thoroughly.
So, Listerine Smart Rinse works for me.