Toothbrushes for babies and kids
It is extremely sweet when little kids get their first tooth. They look a little silly, but their smiles can still melt your heart.
Although kid's first teeth are not permanent, they still play an important role in the development of your kid's future teeth. It is important to take care of a baby's gums and new teeth right from the start.
When your kid has his first tooth, it is already time to introduce a toothbrush made especially for babies.
When choosing a toothbrush for your little, you need to consider several things. You must, of course, find a toothbrush that has a little brush head that fits easily into the kid's mouth.
The toothbrush must have soft bristles that do not irritate the gums. It should preferably be free of BPA and phthalates. You should brush your kid's teeth twice a day and change the toothbrush at least every three months - more often if it is worn.
That is why it is important to brush kid's teeth
Many new parents are surprised that a kid's milk teeth require just as much brushing and good oral hygiene as the later adult teeth.
Baby teeth have an even greater tendency to develop cavities. That is why a baby toothbrush is necessary from the first tooth, so that you can prevent problems with the gums and painful cavities that may later require drilling, fillings, etc.
It is not too early to brush your kid's teeth as soon as they emerge. Milk contains sugar, which can also break down the enamel. Thus, you should brush your kid's teeth twice a day from the beginning, so that they can get into good habits with their oral hygiene for the rest of their lives.
There are many different types of baby-safe toothbrushes on the market. They all do more or less the same, but they have slight differences in size, shape, bristles and so on, which can actually make a large difference to how easy they are to use.
At Kids-world, we have a wide range of different types of toothbrushes, so you can find a toothbrush that suits your kid well.
We also have finger toothbrushes
If your kid is first to be introduced to brushing his teeth and doesn't seem particularly keen on a traditional toothbrush, a finger toothbrush toothbrush may be the perfect solution. For kids aged 3 months and up, finger toothbrushes can clean both teeth and gums and provide a gentle gum massage, which relieves the pain and irritation from the coming teeth. They are usually bacteria-resistant, so you don't have to worry about bacteria on your baby's toothbrush.