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    Ds is 7 months and has 4 teeth through.. Just wondering do i start brushing his teeth after meals now? His 4 teeth are so white and perfect and just dawned on me maybe i should be doing something to take care of them

    When did u start? And how just a baby toothbrush? I can see that would be difficult with a 7 mo though..

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    We started as soon as DS had teeth, you can just brush with water.
    We didn't start using toothpaste until 18months

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    Oh baby toothpaste! Just so no one thinks I'm using adult toothpaste

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    Dont use fluoride toothpastse until he can effectively rinse and spit. Usually this isnt until at least 2. We still use a fluoride free toothpaste on our 2 year old daughter that is safe to swallow but get her to rinse and spit to practice but she still swallows a bit!

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    We started at about 7 months when he had 2 teeth, we would give him his toothbrush when we were in the bath/shower and let him see us brush our teeth , he has a shower now every morning with DH and its the first thing he does when he gets in!
    just water until about 12 months then now fluoride free toothpaste

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    Oh thanks guys going to get him a baby brush tomorrow. Actually looking forward to it!


 

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