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Advances in dental medicine allow people who take care of their teeth to have them all their lives. Although baby teeth are temporary, good dental hygiene starts as soon as a baby's teeth erupt from their gums, which is around six months of age. It’s important to buy the correct toddler toothbrush when your child begins to grow, so they can learn how to care for their teeth.

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When an infant has their first tooth erupt, a parent can use a soft cloth to clean their teeth and gums or a soft bristled brush with water. Getting into the habit of cleaning the residue of breast milk or formula from their teeth and gums can teach kids always to take care of their dental health.

When they reach theage of 18 months, then parents can put a pea-sized dab of toothpaste on the brush to gently clean their teeth. They should learn how to spit out the toothpaste instead of swallowing it, but not rinse their mouths with water. Also, parents should help small children clean their teeth twice a day, once after breakfast and before they go to sleep at night.

Small children can start using a toothbrush soon after their teeth erupt as long as their toothbrushes have soft bristles and they are the right size. A toddlers’ toothbrushes have small heads to fit in their smaller mouths. Most of them also have special grips to make it easier for little hands to hold onto the toothbrush as they use it.

Parents should assist Infants and toddlers from age one to two to brush their teeth as children of that age lack the necessary coordination to hold a toothbrush and move it simultaneously. As they get older and become more coordinated, then they can take over the toothbrushing task. Three to four-year-old kids should be able to learn how to do it on their own.

Along with the appropriate manual toothbrushes, electric toothbrushes are available in sizes suitable for smaller children. They can be a fun way for children to learn good dental hygiene and they are often better about getting into the nooks and crevices around the teeth and gums. With this review, you should be able to find several appropriate toothbrushes for toddlers.

After researching the available children’s toothbrushes and reading the reviews and testimonials from parents who bought them, we gave each one a star rating. We rated them from one to five stars, with five being the best, to make it easier for parents to find the best toothbrush for their child.

Here are 13 of the best toothbrushes that we found for children ages six months to four-years-old.

This banana-shaped toothbrush can also be used as a teether to soothe a child’s aching gums and teeth. It is safe to go into the freezer to reduce swelling of the gums when a baby uses the toothbrush to teeth.

The soft toothbrush is pliable, so it easily bends when the child handles it or brushes their teeth, which makes it safer than hard plastic models. The toothbrush is from high qualitypillow cases vintage, non-allergic silicone material. The bristles of the brush head are also soft silicone.

If you need to clean it, it is safe to put into a dishwasher to help sterilize the toothbrush. The toothbrush is BPA, phthalate, and latex-free. The banana model is available in yellow, pink, and blue. Baby Banana also has a green corn cob model, a blue shark, or a gray “EleFriend” toothbrush.

The Baby Banana toothbrush/teether is for infants up to 12 months old, the shark model is for small children from infants to 24-months old, and EleFriend is for toddlers from two to four-years-old. The EleFriend model features nylon bristles.

The Hello company makes these kids’ toothbrushes that are appropriate for young children of all ages. They have a small brush head that is perfectly sized for little mouths, along with a wider handle that small hands can comfortably hold.

The toothbrush is BPA-free, it’s made from materials appropriate for vegans, and cruelty-free because they don't test anything on animals. These toothbrushes come in a six-pack and are green with orange trim on the handle.

While the main function of the NAVI Banana Training Toothbrush is as a teether, it has small, soft bristles at the head to help infants and toddlers learn how to brush their teeth. Along with the banana-shaped teether/toothbrush, there are four other shapes that babies can grasp and use for teething.

The teethers and training toothbrush is a flexible silicone that is non-toxic, latex and BPA-free. They are also dishwasher safe and can be frozen to help ease the pain of babies’ teething. The teethers are recommended for babies from three months to two-years-old.

The stand on the banana has different textures, so many babies enjoy holding and playing with it as they gnaw on the head. Also, the banana leaves help to keep the teething toothbrush from entering too far in the mouth but allow it to reach the back when the molars are trying to erupt to ease teething pain and to ensure they get clean.

This manual toothbrush by Baby Buddy is unique in that the bristles encircle the head entirely. Instead of having bristles only on one side, they form a round-shaped head, so no matter how a child puts it in their mouth, they are available to brush their teeth.

The bristles are very soft, so they won’t make gums bleed, and the design of the head ensures that no pressure is necessary to get teeth clean. The handle is the perfect size for children from two to five years old to hold as they brush. This toothbrush helps to remove twice the amount of plaque of regular flathead toothbrushes. They come in a pack of three toothbrushes, which are purple.

This manual toothbrush set by Dr. Brown’s has a wide handle so that little hands can hold onto it easier. The small brush heads are full of very soft bristles suitable for a baby's first teeth and their tender gums. The toothbrush is elephant-shaped, complete with eyes on the handle, which forms a trunk that extends to the brush head.

The "ears" of the elephant spread out so that when the toothbrush is on the counter, it props up the head to keep it from touching any surfaces. Along with the toothbrush is a tube of natural toothpaste suitable for young children.

The toothpaste does not contain fluoride, and it is safe for kids to swallow as it doesn't have preservatives or artificial colors. The toothpaste uses real pears and apples as a flavoring.

Oral-B is a well-known name when it comes to oral hygiene products like manual and powered toothbrushes. The Pro-Health Stages kids’ toothbrush is suitable for children who are three-years-old and older. It has extra-soft bristles that clean as gently as a manual toothbrush. The round brush head surrounds each tooth and cleans multiple surfaces at once.

The design of the handle allows the small hands of a toddler to easily hold the toothbrush as they learn how to brush their teeth thoroughly. This green toothbrush depicts Dory on the front of it, which is from the popular Disney film ‘Finding Dory.' Other Disney themes are also available. The toothbrush runs on one battery, which the company includes.

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This toddler or baby toothbrush by Trueocity is unique in that it works in two ways. While the brush head can help clean young children's teeth, the handle can is also a teether. Infants cutting their teeth can chew on the pads of the handle to soothe their teething pain.

The bristles of the head are soft to prevent damage to tender gums and the enamel of brand-new teeth. The handle of the toothbrush has a hole in which the toddler’s finger can fit through it, so they can grip it as they learn how to brush their teeth. They can also grip it when they are teething on the handle.

This model is safe for babies to use as it is BPA and Phthalates-free, as well as non-toxic. The brushes come in a four-pack with three color options: Blue, Pink, and Multi-color brushes.

Instead of buying a manual toothbrush for your child, you can opt for this electric one by Brush-Baby called the BabySonic. The battery-operated toothbrush is appropriate for infants and children up to 3 -years old. It comes with two small brush heads that come with soft bristles to avoid brushing too hard and damaging their gums.

You can make it a goal to brush their teeth for two minutes as it comes with a two-minute light timer. It is also has a 30-second reminder that gives off a pulse. It runs off one AAA battery and comes with two brush heads, one for infants from 0 to 18 months and another for toddlers from 18 to 36 months.

These toddler toothbrushes are appropriate for kids three-years-old and up. Along with developing the ability to brush their teeth at this age, they are starting to lose their baby teeth, and their permanent ones are growing in to replace them.

The brush head is safe for new teeth and tender gums as it is oval-shaped and sized for small mouths. If the child uses the toothbrush correctly, then neither the teeth or gums will sustain harm. Additionally, the toothbrush is BPA, phthalate, and latex-free, so it is safe for young users.

The head of the toothbrush contains 4,500 vegetable-derived bristles. Also, its knobby, soft handle is easy for toddlers to hold onto as they brush their teeth. The brushes are available in a six-pack of various colors.

Parents can use these finger toothbrushes from Bassion to help teach their babies good oral hygiene by brushing their gums and emerging teeth. Each of the six toothbrush heads fit the index finger with soft bristles on one side of it and small bumps surrounding the head to brush against the roof of the mouth and on the tongue.

This toothbrush helps to remove the sugars from milk, formula, or solid foods fed to babies that can linger and turn to bacteria as they break down. They also help remove plaque and tartar buildup, so their teeth remain healthy. The brush head is 0.8-inches long, which is the same diameter of the finger hole. The entire toothbrush is only 2.1-inches tall.

The set of six toothbrushes have cases to store them to prevent them from getting dirty in between brushes or from gathering dust until they are needed. They come in six colors:

Parents can start their children on the road to having healthy teeth and good oral hygiene habits with the BabyBaus Finger Toothbrush. Each toothbrush head fits over an adult finger, so mom or dad can gently brush their child’s emerging teeth and their gums to reduce plaque or tartar build-up.

Each finger toothbrush is 100-percent food grade silicone that is FDA approved. The material is also BPA-free and non-toxic. The soft bristles gently massage gums on one side of the brush head, while small raised bumps can massage the tongue on the other side while parents are brushing their children’s teeth.

The finger toothbrushes come in a set of three and are available in colors blue, pink, and clear. Along with using them to brush baby and toddler teeth, pet owners can use them for their dog, cat, or other small animals to help provide good dental hygiene. BabyBaus provides a 100-percent satisfaction guarantee that if you are not happy with the toothbrushes, they will replace them or refund the money.

If you’d rather your baby have an electric toothbrush instead of a manual to learn how to brush their teeth, then the Brush Buddies My First Soniclean Baby Toothbrush may be what you want. The toothbrush features soft, round bristles that can protect the enamel of baby's new teeth while ensuring they stay clean and free of plaque.

The vibrations from the toothbrush help to massage babies' gums to provide relief from teething discomfort. The brush head also has lights to allow parents to look inside their children’s mouths as they brush. The bristles are nylon, and the base of the toothbrush is a BPA-free material. The shape of the toothbrush allows toddlers to hold it while they clean their teeth.

Children from six-months-old to toddlers can use this electric toothbrush to learn good oral hygiene habits. This toothbrush can help parents ensure that their children’s teeth are brushed for two minutes, twice a day to keep them healthy.

If you’d rather your baby have an electric toothbrush instead of a manual to learn how to brush their teeth, then the Brush Buddies My First Soniclean Baby Toothbrush may be what you want. The toothbrush features soft, round bristles that can protect the enamel of baby's new teeth while ensuring they stay clean and free of plaque.

The vibrations from the toothbrush help to massage babies' gums to provide relief from teething discomfort. The brush head also has lights to allow parents to look inside their children’s mouths as they brush. The bristles are nylon, and the base of the toothbrush is a BPA-free material. The shape of the toothbrush allows toddlers to hold it while they clean their teeth.

Children from six-months-old to toddlers can use this electric toothbrush to learn good oral hygiene habits. This toothbrush can help parents ensure that their children’s teeth are brushed for two minutes, twice a day to keep them healthy.

With infants, parents may wish to start with a finger toothbrush to help keep their new teeth and sensitive gums free of bacteria causing sugars and food particles as they start eating solid foods. As children get older, the parents can get them a manual or battery-powered toothbrush to help their children learn how to brush their teeth.

Most dentists recommend brushing a child's teeth for two minutes with plain water until they are about 18-months-old, and then parents can use a pea-sized drop of toothpaste to help protect their children's teeth. Many toothbrushes for toddlers are easy for them to hold, so find one they can fit into their hand when they are ready to tackle their brushing.

Learning how to care for their teeth will allow children to learn habits that will last them a lifetime and allow them to have strong, healthy teeth at every stage of their lives. With the proper care, which includes brushing, their permanent teeth could easily last throughout their lives and into their senior years, which can help them stay in good health overall.

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