Brush-Baby BabySonic Kids,Toddler Electric Toothbrush, 0-36 Months, LED Light +2-min Timer,Sucker Base, Teal,
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Sing a song. For some babies, a little distraction is all it takes to make toothbrushing palatable. Sing a favorite tune while cleaning baby's teeth, or make up silly versions of standards (maybe "Old McDonald had a brush," or "Mary had a little tooth"). Your little one may reward you with a tiny-toothed smile. Pediatric dentists recommend cleaning your baby's gums after feedings from the get-go. Doing so helps fight bacterial growth and promotes good oral health long before baby's first teeth start to appear. Divide the mouth into quarters and move on to a new quarter when the brush pulses (at 30 second intervals).
Brush Baby’s unique flavours of gentle infant toothpaste come in spearmint, tutti frutti, blueberry, strawberry and apple-mint. Kids LOVE the taste of our toothpaste - making it so much easier when it comes to bedtime! Not only are our brush baby toothpastes sold individually, but they can also be bought in a toothbrush and toothpaste set, which makes for a great christmas or birthday gift. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends using cavity-preventing fluoride toothpaste as soon as your baby's first tooth appears, rather than waiting until age 2 as was previously recommended. What's more, not all baby teeth have permanent successors. There are cases when a baby tooth may be in a person’s mouth for life. When should I start brushing my baby's teeth? Unfortunately, not every baby loves having her teeth cleaned — and when baby is teething and her gums are sore and tender, she might be especially resistant. Here's what to try if toothbrushing time becomes a struggle:Toothbrushing can begin as soon as your baby's first tooth pokes through. Pediatric dentists prefer you use a soft-bristled baby toothbrushmoistened with water and a rice grain-sized smear of fluoride toothpaste. (The brush should have no more than three rows of bristles.) A pediatric dentist or your pharmacist can help you find the finger brushes and a proper baby toothbrush.
Yummy toothpastes to get kids brushing! Our toothpastes are tried and tested by kids so you can be sure they'll be gentle and tasty...mmmm... Tasty Toothpastes For Toddlers! Show her how it's done. Seeing a grown-up brushing — and enjoying it — helps make a game out of tooth-brushing time. "Dad goes first ... now your turn!" Use a rice-grain-sized smear of toothpaste for your baby or toddler, graduating to a pea-sized dollop by age 3. To encourage her interest in brushing her teeth, try a fun brush with a favorite character and bright color. Also let her watch you in the bathroom mirror as you take good care of your teeth, so she learns that it's a habit to keep for life. What to do if your baby hates toothbrushing Inspect carefully before each use. Replace brush head if damaged, worn or every three months. Do not chew. Do not submerge in water for a long period of time. This product is not a toy. Adult supervision is required. Store out of children's reach.Starting at birth, use a clean, damp washcloth, a gauze pad or a finger brush to gently wipe clean the gums and the front of the tongue after meals and at bedtime — after the last bottle or nursing session. You might wonder why you should struggle to brush temporary baby teeth that will soon be replaced with permanent versions. But it's essential to take good care of your baby's teeth now — and not only because establishing healthy habits early on helps ensure a lifetime of good dental health.