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The First Years American Red Cross Toddler Toothbrush

Teach your child healthy brushing right from an early age with The First Years American Red Cross Toddler Toothbrush. With a small head, this toothbrush easily fits in your child's mouth. Its easy grip design makes it comfortable to hold, too. The soft bristles goes easy on your child's teeth and gums. It's an effective toothbrush even for hard-to-reach teeth in the back.


Why You'll Love It: Make your child's gums stronger and teeth healthier to protect their still-growing teeth.

Features
  • Soft bristles
  • Small head size for tiny mouths
  • Easy-grip design
  • Helps kids learn brushing
  • Sized and shaped for a toddler
  • Promotes healthy teeth and stronger gums
  • Officially licensed product of the American Red Cross (U.S. only)

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Popularity: #459 in Oral Care
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The First Years American Red Cross Toddler Toothbrush - 4 pk

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The First YearsToddler Toothbrush (2 pack)
 
2.6

(based on 5 reviews)

40%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Gentle on gums (3)

Cons

  • Wears out quickly (3)

Best Uses

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    5.0

    Love it

    By Debra

    from San Francisco, CA

    About Me Frequent User, Parent

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    Pros

    • Clean Teeth
    • Gentle On Gums
    • No characters on it

    Cons

    • Wears Out Quickly

    Best Uses

    • Daily Use
    • Prevent Cavities
    • Travel

    Comments about Toddler Toothbrush (2 pack):

    We buy 2 each time: one for our daughter to "brush" her teeth with (i.e. chew on), which is why they wear out quickly; and one for us to actually brush her teeth with.

    They do wear out quickly if you let your toddler try to brush his/her own teeth, but they last long enough if you do it.

    Her teeth look great and we've been using this brush (and the Red Cross infant tooth care set) since she turned 1 year old, about 9 months ago.

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    1.0

    Shockingly Bad

    By YinQiMama

    from NY

    About Me Parent

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    Pros

      Cons

      • Wears Out Quickly

      Best Uses

        Comments about Toddler Toothbrush (2 pack):

        I was interested in this toothbrush because I was looking for a toothbrush that wasn't some sort of cartoon character, and thought it couldn't possibly be as bad as the other reviews suggested... but it was! In one week, the bristles were completely bent, rendering the toothbrush unusable. I'm shocked that a product with such poor performance is even available. I will think twice before ever buying another Red Cross product again, which is unfortunate, as I would like to support their organization.

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        1.0

        Ineffective Toothbrush

        By Engmama

        from San Diego, CA

        About Me Parent

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        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Gentle On Gums
        • Toddler Likes To Hold

        Cons

        • Bristles Too Long
        • Too soft
        • Wears Out Quickly

        Best Uses

          Comments about Toddler Toothbrush (2 pack):

          This toothbrush is just far too soft. I realize a soft toothbrush is necessary for an infant/toddler, but the bristles on this toothbrush are so soft that they do nothing for my toddler's 16 teeth (at 16 months). It might be better if the bristles were shorter; I think part of the problem is that they are too long to be effective.

          My son also gags when I try to brush the insides of his teeth and his tongue with this toothbrush. He did not have this reflex/reaction when I used his old toothbrush. Again, I think it's because the bristles are too long on this brush.

          It's sad, because ergonomically, this toothbrush is nice, and my son likes to hold it. But for effect, it is rather useless.

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          5.0

          Excellent

          By MommaDoc

          from Oregon Coast

          About Me Parent

          Pros

          • Clean Teeth
          • Gentle On Gums

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Toddler Toothbrush (2 pack):

              Excellent for little hands and little mouths. Very soft, wear well. Buying another set.

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              1.0

              Horrible

              By Meghan

              from Ballston Lake, NY

              About Me Parent of Two or More Children

              Verified Reviewer

              Pros

              • Easy To Use
              • Gentle

              Cons

              • Cheap Bristles
              • Ineffective

              Best Uses

              • Toddlers

              Comments about Toddler Toothbrush (2 pack):

              Bristles are bent after a week, making the toothbrush ineffective. The toothbrush does not stand up when you lay it down. If you prepare it with toothpaste, you can't put it on your counter without it tipping over. Just tossed our one-week-old toothbushes today.

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