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Can you suggest any specific toothpaste for kids below 2-3 years. Is it good to start toothpaste at this age.

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Homoeoclean.
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Hi. Parents should start brushing teeth of baby once tooth erupts. Kidodent toothpaste/cherio toothpaste are few recommended for kids. Thank you.
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Yes, kidodent paste. U can use this. No worries, it will keep your kids dental health good.
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Kids of 2 to 3 years has to use fluoride enriched toothpaste .please abstain use of adult tooth paste .because the ingredient content, abrasive nature of the toothpaste is not suggested for deciduous (milk) tooth .above all the flavour is not appreciated by them. There are toothpaste available for kids in the market .there is a large varieties of flavour available .make sure you select the right toothbrush and tooth brush for the age group of your child (it will be mentioned in the upper right or left corners of the product)
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Yes, you should start brushing your kids' teethYou can use any toothpaste available for kid's in the market.
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Colgate kid toothpaste.
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its not necessary to use toothpaste at that age frankly ... use of kids brush by parent will do the job most of the times..if you want to use toothpaste any kids toothpaste will do(without fluoride)... regards
if your kid have teeth in the mouth , yes, you can start tooth pastes like cheerio or kidodent. if teeth are not there, please use wet and clean soft clothes to gently clean the gums or gingivae.
Kids toothpaste of many brands are available in chemists shops Buy anyone of reputed companies.
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