Radius Totz Toothbrush extra Soft For 18 Plus Months, BPA Free - 1 ea

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Safe for surfacing teeth and sensitive gums.
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    • UPC: 085178001097
    • Provides maximum control
    • Pressure less brushing
    Radius Totz Toothbrush extra Soft For 18 Plus Months, BPA Free
    • The Radius Totz Toothbrush is for children ages 18 months and up.
    • Completely BPA free with 8,000 soft, premium Radius bristles.
    • FDA approved
    • Tapered polypropylene handle, designed to for toddler to play with and for parents to control easily
    • Oval head with non-aligned bristle layout to avoid tooth erosion
    • Signature Radius Bristles 6,800 premium extra soft bristles
    • Cushioned bristle layout spreads force evenly
    • FDA approved and Bisphenol a free safe for Totz surfacing teeth and sensitive gums
    • Radius Oval Head designed without corners for Totz delicate gums and teeth

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    • Use pea-sized amount of toothpaste on a Radius Totz Toothbrush.
    • Brush teeth gently on all sides twice daily, angling bristles toward gumline.
    • Brush tongue to dislodge bacteria.
    • Replace when bristles start to look worn or spread.

    Supervise until the age of 6.

    Please read all label information carefully on delivery and prior to use.

    Shipping Weight : 0.30 lb
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    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!

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    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.