Your child’s first tooth arrives – which toothbrush should I buy?

The actual time at which the first tooth arrives can vary widely between individual children, but parents need to start brushing their child’s teeth as soon as the first tooth appears. By starting early, your baby will become used to having their teeth cleaned and hopefully you will avoid future problems with brushing. Your baby’s first toothbrush should have soft bristles and a small head which allows it to reach all parts of the mouth easily and comfortably. Look at the packaging to check which age range the brush is appropriate for.

Small children can have irritated gums, and therefore the handle of the Jordan 0-2 toothbrush can also be used as a teething ring.

The unique design of Jordan 0-2 baby brush makes it safe to play with, and the short neck prevents the toothbrush being inserted too far in the child’s mouth. The ergonomically shaped handle is suitable for both children and the parents who are in charge of the actual brushing. This award winning toothbrush has a small head with soft bristles. In addition there is a practical indicator on the bristles which illustrates the recommended amount of toothpaste for this particular age. Jordan 0-2 has strong contrasting and fun colours that stimulate the child.

The following are comment signs and symptoms of teething:

  • Increased drooling
  • Restless or decreased sleeping due to irritated gum
  • Refusal of food due to soreness of the gum region
  • Fussiness that comes and goes
  • Place objects or fingers into the mouth

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