Aquafresh Training Infant ToothBrush For 3-24 Months, Extra Soft 66 - 1 Ea

Flexible neck bends to absorb excess pressure from brushing, and soft bristles help reduce the risk of damage to baby's gums.
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    • Start good habits early for a lifetime of good oral health
    • Extra Soft Bristles
    Aquafresh Training Infant ToothBrush For 3-24 Months, Extra Soft 66

    Did you know that babies can start learning new habits when theyre as young as 4 months old? Your babys developing teeth and gums require special care, especially during the sensitive teething period. Thats why Aquafresh designed its Training toothbrush with extra soft bristles and our patented Flex-neck technology to gently brush your babys teeth and gums.

    • For ages 3 months to 24 months
    • Start good habits early for a lifetime of good oral health
    • Extra Soft Bristles
    • Patented Flex-Neck technology to gently brush your babys teeth and gums
    • Designed for use with Aquafresh Fluoride Free Training Toothpaste.
    Shipping Weight : 0.20 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.