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    Default Electric toothbrushes for kids

    We just purchased our boys those new tooth tunes toothbrushes and they love them, our eldest who is 8 now cleans his teeth the whole 2 minutes of the song because he gets so wrapped up in it lol.

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    Default Electric toothbrushes for kids

    I brought one from the dentist for DD. it was only $12.

    I brought a really expensive electric for myself and hate it!! I use the normal brushes. I feel like I get a better clean doing it the "manual" way. Lol.
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    my 3 yr old has been nagging me for one of the spiderman or diego ones at the supermarket for ages... Are they okay for his age or should I make him wait a bit longer??

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    Default Electric toothbrushes for kids

    My 3yr old uses the princess one from Coles, on recommendation from our dentist. We have changed the battery once, the head is still good. She brushes, then we help her. We have never had a problem getting her to clean her teeth but noticed some plaque, that is when the dentist said to go electric.


 

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