Baby Teething Toy Set
Your baby may get relief from a teething ring or toy, and eating cold foods like applesauce or yogurt.
Orajel™ Non-Medicated Cooling Gels
These gels offer an instant cooling sensation, safely and effectively soothing your baby's tender gums.
Keep your baby's mouth clean by gently wiping his gums with a damp washcloth after
feedings and at bedtime.
Baby Healing Ointment
If drool causes a rash on your child's face, smooth ointment on her chin before bedtime to protect delicate skin from further irritation.
Try giving your baby a frozen banana to gnaw on. Always keep an eye on him while he's eating.
DenTek Kids Fun Flossers
As soon as two teeth are touching, start flossing your child's teeth once a day to remove plaque and food.
Orajel™ Elmo Fluoride-Free
Tooth & Gum Cleanser
Use a finger brush or soft-bristle toothbrush to clean your baby's teeth. Brush twice a day with a small amount of toothpaste or cleanser.
Orajel™ PAW Patrol™
Flouride-Free Training Toothpaste
Safely clean your little one's teeth with fluoride-free training toothpaste. Your toddler will love trying different kid-friendly flavors.
By age 1, or within 6 months of your baby's first tooth, pay a visit to the pediatric dentist.
Never put your baby to bed with a bottle, which can contribute to tooth decay.
Get a sand timer or set an alarm to make sure she's brushing for the recommended 2 minutes.
Bumbo Step Stool
If your child shows interest, let him practice brushing on his own with a step stool in front of the mirror. Be sure to also "take a turn" at brushing his teeth.
If your toddler tries to resist, let him brush your teeth while you brush his teeth!
Sesame Street Ready, Set, Brush!
Make it fun by reading books, singing songs, and watching videos about good oral hygiene.
Orajel™ PAW Patrol™
Anticavity Fluoride Toothpaste
Help your child perfect solo brushing and fight cavities with a fluoride toothpaste featuring his favorite characters.
Buy a new toothbrush every three months or when bristles start to look worn.
Kids Tongue Cleaner
Brushing or scraping your child's tongue can help remove additional bacteria in the mouth and keep her breath fresh.
Be gentle with the tongue cleaner. You don't need to apply much pressure to get the job done.
Kenson Kids I Can Do It!
Brush My Teeth Reward Chart
Use positive reinforcement. Try a reward chart and give your child a star every time he brushes his teeth.
Remember, practice makes perfect! Get your child on the road to healthy teeth by having the right products on hand, exploring different routines, and making it fun.
Here's everything you'll need to build a healthy teeth-brushing routine, from the first baby tooth to the last permanent tooth.
Fussiness? More drool than usual? Your baby's first tooth might be coming in. Fortunately, there are ways you can ease her discomfort.
Around 4 to 7 months, your baby's first teeth start to appear. Here's how to care for those adorable pearly whites.
Continue brushing your child's teeth twice a day, and set a good example by brushing your teeth alongside him.
When your child is ready, let her take the lead. You'll still want to supervise and get any missed spots.
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