1. Soft hair: The hair flexibility of general toothbrushes is three layers: softer, moderate and harder. Choosing a toothbrush for a child must be a soft filament toothbrush, because the child’s teeth and gums are soft and vulnerable.
2. Small head: The toothbrush head chosen for the child must be small and be able to move up and down flexibly in the child’s small mouth, so as to brush every tiny position.
3. Coarse handle: The child’s small hand is not flexible enough, too thin handle is not easy for the child to grasp.
4. Cleaning: After the toothbrush is used up, it must be cleaned promptly and thoroughly. Otherwise, after a period of time, a large number of bacteria will be left on the toothbrush.
5. Update: The toothbrush is usually replaced once every 3 months. If the bristles bend or fall off, the toothbrush should be replaced immediately.
Warm reminder: Because children are too young to spit out toothpaste completely, or because children’s toothpaste is sweet, it is easy to swallow toothpaste into the abdomen, and swallowing fluoride toothpaste can cause fluorosis in children, so children under 4 years old are not recommended to use fluoride toothpaste, should choose fluoride-free toothpaste or toothpaste for children.
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