Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Aquafresh through their partnership with POPSUGAR. While I was compensated by POPSUGAR to write a post about Aquafresh, all opinions are my own.
Did you know an infant should be taken to a pediatric dentist as early as their first tooth appears? Compared to your tooth enamel, your baby’s is 50% thinner. That’s why you need expert protection. The enamel of our infants/toddlers need to be taken care of just as much as their permanent teeth. Their “baby” teeth are important as they help with the placement of new teeth and help with chewing and language skills. Brushing our baby’s teeth is the first step in ensuring good oral health. When I had my daughter I knew that brushing was important because we visited a dentist regularly for my son who sucked his thumb. I relied on products I trust when choosing a toothbrush and toothpaste for my daughter. Aquafresh training toothpaste and soft bristle toothbrushes provided the necessary products I needed to protect my daughter’s teeth at an early age. Aquafresh’s dental experts developed a special Training toothpaste that is fluoride-free with no artificial colors or preservatives and safe to swallow when used as directed.
About Aquafresh Training Toothpaste
Aquafresh Training toothpaste was designed with everything your baby needs and nothing he doesn’t. Our toothpaste is fluoride-free with no artificial colors or preservatives. It also has a great tasting natural apple-banana flavor like many baby foods. Your baby will love brushing with Aquafresh Training toothpaste, and you can feel good knowing that it’s safe and gentle on your baby’s teeth and gums.
The most important thing to remember is keeping a routine when it comes to brushing your little one’s teeth. My daughter already knows the routine since we’ve been brushing since she got her first tooth at about four months. There are times we’ll find her in the bathroom trying to brush her teeth on her own. She already knows that when she wakes up she brushes her little teeth and also at “night, night” time. The Aquafresh toothbrushes are easy for her to grip and gentle on her pearly whites. We feel safe knowing that her toothbrush is helping her develop good brushing skills and how to properly use a toothbrush. She knows to clean her top, bottom, inside, and her tongue. Since she doesn’t really know how to spit on her own we still have her on the fluoride –free training toothpaste, once she masters spitting we’ll move her to a toothpaste that contain fluoride.
Aquafresh known as “The little mouth experts™” has provided vital information for parents when it comes to good oral health. The Aquafresh website provides visuals and tips on helping children grow good habits. The most important thing to remember is that routine is key to keeping a child motivated when it comes to oral health. We all want a great start to a lifetime of healthy teeth for our children. Please use product as directed on label.