Pigeon Kids Training Toothbrush for 3 – 6 Years
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- Kids training toothbrush 3 – 6 years.
- Assists in daily brushing activity.
- Has moderate length bristles.
- BPA free.
- Easy to grip and handle.
Pigeon kids training toothbrush comes with moderate length of rounded soft bristles, encourages kids to clean their teeth and gums effectively; practicing a routing brushing habits in the age of 3 - 6 years will make their teeth & gums strong and healthy.
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- Toothbrush for small kids who have most of the teeth and begin to eat independently.
- Allows babies to practice regular brushing habits and massage their teeth and gums gently.
- Protrusion of cartoon design makes the child interest in handling toothbrush and also improves hand grip.
- Soft elastomer rubber head will be soothing on your baby’s gums.
- Extra soft and rounded bristles for gentle cleaning of baby’s teeth.
- Its fine bristle-ends allow proper cleaning teeth area as well as between the teeth.
- Handle – Polypropylene, TPE (SEBS)
- Brush head – TPE (SEBS)
- Bristles – Saturated polyester resin
Directions of Use
- Take pea-sized toothpaste on the pigeon toothbrush.
- Gently brush gums and teeth of your baby in circular motion.
- Rinse and gargle.
Note: Baby should use this brush only under adult supervision.
- Store in a cool and dry place
- Keep out of reach of children
Pigeon kids training toothbrush is ideal for children who have age between 3 to 6 years.
At age of three, children can begin to start brushing on their own; use a pea-sized amount of toothpaste with toothbrush and encourage your child to rinse and spit after brushing their teeth.
Start the oral hygiene daily morning, turn brushing activity as a game, tell a story, encourage to do brushing for two minutes and choose child friendly toothbrush.
Kids who don’t have a regular brushing activity are at the highest risk of suffering from dental caries.
Practice your babies to brush their teeth thoroughly for at least 2 minutes, twice per day.
No. Studies have found that milk does not increase the risk of cavities in children.