Eco-dent terradent children fun brush toothbrush with refill - Soft - 1 ea

An ideal toothbrush for children with colorful handles, heads, compact and child-sized grip make this perfect.
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Eco-dent terradent children funbrush toothbrush with refill, Soft

This is the ideal toothbrush for children. Colorful handles and heads, compact size and child-sized grip make this toothbrush the perfect answer for the younger members of your household. And the Funbrush has the same replaceable head system used on the adult TerrAdenT toothbrushes, for safe, secure, snug and easy exchange of brush heads. You get the economical, ecologically sound and enhanced hygiene benefits of the TerrAdenT toothbrush, but in a brush specifically designed with children in mind. Smiley-face teaches children how to hold the brush correctly.

1 100% toothbrush with an extra nylon head. Made from 80% recycled material.

Remove worn Head as shown. Clean Handle. Insert Replacement Head. Press in Head until you hear "CLICK!" Head is now safely and securely in place. Patented gasket seal assures maximum hygeine and secure fit.

Shipping Weight : 0.10 lb
CA

Oral-B toothbrush for kids is best for children. Kids love It

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Collectable Princesses help encourage children to brush. Children can easily hold these and maneuver them around her mouth with no problem. These brushes make my teeth clean. It is comfortable for 4-6 years children and its design is good and cute.

PA

Tastes So Good!

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loves this toothpaste and with its fruity flavor he thinks its great! Love how you can do something good for your child and he still approves!

WI

kids loved these!

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I like these, and they are great quality for the price. However, my son loves playing with the suction cups, and it's distracting. It's hard to get him to stop playing with the toothbrush (making it "pop" on the counter) long enough to get his teeth brushed.