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    Quote Originally Posted by GothChick View Post
    http://www.colgate.com/app/Kids-Worl...t-Colgate.cvsp

    This one is fluoride free and is safe is swallowed.

    Yep, the one I use is fluoride free as well. I think all the 0+ ones are now.

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    Thanks everyone, this is what i thought i will use toothpaste when he has smelly breath, otherwise i will keep using water till he can understand to rinse and spit.
    Thanks all!

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    I use a miniscule dab of our usual herbal toothpaste.

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    I have the colgate kids tooth paste & both kids love brusing their teething. I think they were approx 12 months when we got them started brushing with tooth paste but before that was just water

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    We have always used a natural herbal one from Coles.. Can't remember the name but it had Koalas on the packet and is at all Coles and Woolworths. You soon get used to the taste and now if I've run out and put some cokgate (my hubby uses it) on mine or my son's toothbrushes we both can't stand it anymore! QLD has plenty of fluoride in it so it's not necessary in toothpaste... Not to mention all the soaps and artificial sweeteners.
    We've been using since the day he got teeth at 3 months.

    ***Happy to be a Mummy & Daddy of ONE! :-) ***


 

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