Children's toothbrushing: a toothbrush for every age group

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Tooth care starts with good brushing, in the elderly and also when it comes to children's brushing. Due to the size of their mouths and the specific needs of children, there is a toothbrush for every child, there is a toothbrush for every age group. age. Thus, there are those recommended for the care of milk teeth or for the definitive dentition of the little ones..

Do you know what are the characteristics that a children's toothbrush should have? Ensure a correct oral hygiene routine for your children, starting by choosing the right tools according to their needs.

Why is it important for children to brush?

Maintaining good oral hygiene is essential to prevent oral disease and avoid oral diseases and the dreaded tooth decay.. This should begin before the eruption of milk teeth, as children are not exempt from the harmful effects of bacteria and micro-organisms that live naturally in the oral cavity. That is why brushing children's teeth is so important.

Oral diseases occur when there is an overgrowth of microorganisms. By removing food debris by brushing after every meal, we reduce the food sources for microorganisms so that children's gums and teeth are better protected against caries and decay.by removing food debris, we reduce the food sources for microorganisms so children's gums and teeth will be better protected against tooth decay and gum infections.

Incorporating toothbrushing from infancy teaches children the importance of taking care of their own personal hygiene.

Although up to the age of 6 or 7, children need the help or supervision of their parents during dental hygiene during dental hygiene practices, when they acquire their own independence they are able to take care of their teeth on their own.

How to choose a toothbrush for children?

Children's teeth are not like adults', so there are differences between children's and adults' toothbrushing. There is a toothbrush for each age, adapted to the shape and specific needs of the baby teeth and the eruption of the permanent teeth of the little ones.

There are some characteristics to consider when choosing the best toothbrush for your child's age choosing the best children's toothbrush for your child's age group. These details, as small as they may seem to us, influence the good use that children will make of their toothbrush to achieve a more complete hygiene.

Size

Children's teeth and mouths are smaller than those of adults, which influences children's brushing. For this reason, the size of the toothbrush head should be adequateto allow better access to the back of the mouth.

While adult toothbrushes have longer and wider brush heads, children's toothbrushes are smaller to clean more difficult areas such as the sides and edges of molars.

Types of filaments

The tooth enamel of baby teeth is harder than that of adult teeth. The filaments of children's toothbrushes are much softer to avoid damaging the gums and wearing down the enamel.to avoid damaging the gums and wearing down the enamel.

Rounded bristles are much more suitable for children. This type of bristles prevent bleeding gums, adjusting to the intensity of brushing as children learn to control it.

Handle type

Finally, it is worth mentioning the shape of the handle of the children's toothbrush. So that the little ones can correctly and deftly handle it, the handle should be ergonomic andThe handle should be ergonomic and made to fit their little hands.

This is especially important when children have already acquired confidence and are starting to brush their teeth without the help of an adult. The non-slip handles are very practical for ease of use.

KIN toothbrushes for every age group

At Laboratorios KIN we have toothbrushes for children's ages. Thinking about their comfort and safety, these toothbrushes are adapted to each stage for a complete hygiene.

KIN Children Toothbrush

For children between 2 and 6 years old who are already fully brushing their child's teeth, the KIN Children's Toothbrush has a small, rounded brush head that takes care of baby tooth enamel and children's delicate gums.

It has an ergonomic handle that is very easy to handle both by an adult helping the child and by the child himself when he starts to use it on his own.

KIN Junior Brush

With a small brush head and a triangular tip, the KIN Junior KIN Junior Brush is perfect for children between 6 and 12 years old. It allows you to reach any corner of the mouth, facilitating thorough cleaning thanks to its ergonomic handle with grooved grip.

The filaments of this toothbrush are also soft and with rounded tips, adapted to the needs of children's baby teeth and delicate gums. the needs of baby teeth and the delicate gums of children during the eruption the stage of the eruption of the permanent teeth.

New KIN toothbrush for every need

For older children who already control their oral hygiene on their own, the new KIN Toothbrush Toothbrush adapts to all their needs. With an anatomically shaped, non-slip handle and a small brush head that small brush head that reaches all areas of the oral cavity, it is designed to be enjoyed by everyone.The new KIN Toothbrush is designed for the whole family to enjoy.

The KIN Toothbrush is lighter as it contains less plastic. The cap and blister pack are 100% recyclable.

Available in 4 attractive colours, with extra soft, soft, medium, medium, hard, sensitive gum, orthodontic or post-surgical filaments. Every member of the family, including children, can choose the type of toothbrush that best suits their daily brushing needs..

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