Get your little ones into the habit of brushing their new teeth with our range of children's toothpastes. …read moreSee less
We have a wide range of toothepastes in a variety of tasty flavours, with suitable options specifically designed for children as young as 0-2 years with their first milk teeth, all the way up to 6-8 years when those big teeth are coming through.
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Why do we need toothpaste?
The buildup of plaque is the main cause of cavities and gum disease; if this is not removed, it hardens, forming tartar, which is an ideal place for bacteria to grow.
Toothpaste is not necessary for clean teeth - but there are many benefits of using toothpaste, other than cleaning your teeth, like helping to prevent you from developing tooth decay and gingivitis.
How long should children brush their teeth?
You should help your child to brush their teeth for 2 minutes at a time, twice a day, once in the morning and again before they go to bed.
This will ensure that all of their teeth are brushed properly, and if you use a timer you can make brushing their teeth a game as you both count down to 2 minutes.
When should children start to brush their teeth?
You should start to brush your child’s teeth as soon as they get their first tooth, which is usually when they’re around 6 months old.
As they grow, they can start to learn to brush their teeth by themselves by learning good habits that will help them to care for their teeth as they get older.
When should I start brushing my child’s teeth?
You should start brushing your baby’s teeth with an appropriate toothbrush as soon as their first tooth starts to show through.
You should brush your baby’s teeth as often as you brush your own, to make sure they’re clean and healthy.
For more information, check out our guide about how to clean your children’s teeth.