Contains fluoride + calcium for effective cavity prevention
Gentle cleansing power with low foam level –irritation to baby teeth minimized
No sugar added for better health – brushing becomes fun!
Using suitably toothpastes that contain fluoride is good for children’s teeth
Ingesting too much fluoride from toothpastes may have harmful effects on children
Prevents cavities and helps teeth remineralize
Higher risk for cavities and more vulnerable to acid erosion
Pick the right toothbrush and take care of it
Petite brush to help clean the mouth thoroughly
Rounded toothbrush head to protect the gums
Soft bristles to provide gentle care for baby teeth
Anti-slip handle for easy grip
After brushing, rinse your toothbrush under running water. Flick the bristles to get the moisture out. Place it upright in a cool place to let dry.
Replace your toothbrush every 2 or 3 months. Bacteria breed on moist bristles in humid environments.
Use a new toothbrush after you recover from a cold or flu. Bacteria trapped in the old toothbrush may infect you again.
Start with proper brushing techniques to maintain your kids oral health
Place the toothbrush at a 45-degree angle to the tooth surfaces. Brush in a small circular motion
Move the toothbrush up and down from the gumline to the teeth with care
Brushing teeth inside, the toothbrush bristles vertical as close as possible to the surface of the crown, with force from the gums to the crown
Children should brush their teeth twice a day (morning and night) Length of time (at least 2 mintues)
Eat plenty of nutritious food that is good for the growth of your teeth. A balance intake of nutrients enables the efficient absorption of calcium, phosphorous and vitamins in the human body, enhancing enamel development of the permanent teeth
Bacteria digest sugars in the mouth to produce acid which erodes, softens and decalcifies the teeth causing cavities. Chewing on hard candy may cause damage to the tooth enamel.
Most of them contain high levels of sugar, which will be digested by the bacteria in the mouth to produce acid leading to tooth erosion. Examples are sodas and fruit beverages.
Clings onto the tooth surfaces, making it harder to brush the teeth and providing a ground for bacteria to breed. Examples are dried fruit and gummy candy.