my son has just turned 5 months and for about 4 weeks now he's had 2 teeth at the bottom they're very visible and he looks very cute (might i add).
i was just wondering if he is too young to start brushing them as my daughter was almost 1yr when she got hers so i knew they were ok to brush???????
i was told to use a washer and clean the teeth and gums with that, but you could also brush with a toothbrush and no toothpaste, my son is 8 months and i'm going to brush with a toothbrush. hope i was some help
I have a little finger brush...but also just give him a wet washcloth...he does most the work with that one.LOL, he loves chewing on them. The finger brush would only be good when they have a few teeth....once they get more it could get dangerous in there!
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