Chicco Baby Toothbrush 3y-6y - Blue
Chicco Baby Toothbrush is a blue-coloured toothbrush that has extra soft tapered bristles. The ultra-fine ends make it optimal for brushing on the enamel and gums of babies. The soft bristles are gentle on the gums. This toothbrush has a small head with a thin neck that makes it an easy-to-use baby brush. Use the toothbrush for brushing your baby’s teeth and make it a fun routine.
- The baby toothbrush is delicate on the gums.
- The Chicco Baby Toothbrush comes with a bristle cover and a suction cup.
- Designed especially for kids, it is ergonomic and slip-proof.
- Tapered technology bristles make it soft and easy to use.
- Used for brushing teeth of 3-6-year-old babies.
- Ideal for a baby’s first brush.
How to Use
- Apply a pea-sized amount of fluoridated toothpaste on the toothbrush for your 3-year-old baby.
- Brush your baby’s teeth and gums gently using the Chicco Baby Toothbrush.
- Rinse with lukewarm water.
- Can start brushing once the baby starts teething.
- Parents supervision is recommended.
- Read the instruction booklet carefully before using the Chicco Baby Toothbrush.
- Wash the toothbrush after use, preferably with warm water.
- Store the toothbrush in a dry place to avoid the formation of mould.
- Do not give the Chicco Baby Toothbrush to kids without supervision.
Q1. How long should one use Chicco Baby Toothbrush?
Ans: The toothbrush must be discarded the moment there is any mould formation or when the bristles become hard. Dentists usually advise changing the toothbrush every 3-4 months.
Q2. Is there a tongue cleaner with Chicco Baby Toothbrush?
Ans: Yes, the toothbrush has a small rounded head with a tongue scraper on the back.
Q3. How often should one brush with the Chicco Baby Toothbrush?
Ans: It is recommended that the baby’s teeth are brushed twice a day, morning and night.
Q4. By what age do babies use Chicco Baby Toothbrush on their own?
Ans: A child starts learning to brush on their own by the age of three. By four years of age, the child can brush on his/her own. However, supervising the brushing routine is always essential.