Training™ Toothbrush Set
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“Practice good dental hygiene early. as soon as your baby starts teething”
- Good hygiene - Prevent decay
- Soft bristles - Perfect for tender gum
- Easy grip - Secure hold
Practice good dental hygiene early. As soon as your baby starts teething, begin cleaning his teeth. New baby teeth can get covered with plague too, so proper cleaning helps to remove them and prevent tooth decay or even gum disease. Hence, it is important to look after your baby's teeth as soon as they appear. Your little one should start to teeth at around six months old and will continue to have a complete set of 20 milk teeth by two and a half years old. A healthy set of teeth is essential for baby's development. With good teeth, your child can enjoy a healthy diet, thereby allowing proper jaw growth and speech development.
Stage 1: 6 - 8 months
Stage 2: 8 - 12 months
Stage 3: 12 months onward
Stage 1: Chewy and teething toothbrush.
Stage 2: Brush trainer toothbrush has rubber bristles that are soft enough for baby's gums.
Stage 3: First toothbrush after all milk teeth have appeared. The rounded bristle ends are tender and gentle on baby's gums.