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It is important to brush and care for children’s teeth properly. Even more important is to encourage your children so they get used to a daily brushing routine, but how do you do that, how do you choose the right toothbrush and what makes brushing teeth with children more fun?
Brushing teeth with children and a toddler or preschooler can sometimes be quite challenging. That brushing teeth with children is not always easy, we understand. Nevertheless, it is important to teach healthy brushing behaviour at an early age. It is important to teach your child to brush his teeth properly, that way you teach your child to take responsibility. However, it is important to brush after brushing up to a certain age.
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Choose a toothbrush with soft bristles, such as a nano-toothbrush for children. This will prevent damage to gums caused by brushing too hard.
There are also special electric toothbrushes designed for children with cheerful colours and figures, some of which also play music while brushing. Most dentists recommend waiting to use an electric toothbrush until your child is at least three years old. Do not use an electric toothbrush on children under the age of three. Before then, you can use the options below.
It is important to buy a children’s toothbrush of the right size. Adult toothbrushes often have a brush head that is too large, so it cannot reach all parts of the mouth. Moreover, a smaller-sized toothbrush for children is also easier to hold.
You can start brushing as soon as the first tooth comes through. This usually happens after 6 months. To brush the teeth, you can use a special finger toothbrush, which you use on your finger and with which you can easily clean the first teeth.
For children up to 5 years, use a special toothpaste for toddlers, after that it is recommended to use a toothpaste with fluoride. Special children’s toothpastes have a less pungent minty flavour or even a sweet flavour to make the toothpaste more palatable.
Make the 2-minute toothbrush a party with the following tips
Provide distractions while brushing, some children find it hard to brush for 2 minutes and get bored. By using happy brushing songs, you can turn the 2 minutes of brushing with children into a brushing party. Special brushing apps have also been developed to make brushing with children fun.
Finally, it is advisable to use a toothbrush that is suitable for children’s teeth and children’s hands and that teaches your child to brush independently.
Frequently asked questions
Which toothbrush for children to use?
It is important to brush children's teeth with a soft toothbrush, from the age of 3 they may brush with an electric toothbrush. In addition, use children's toothpaste with fluoride.
How to make brushing teeth with children fun?
Brushing with children can be made fun by providing distractions while brushing. Cheerful brushing songs and apps make brushing more fun.
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