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By What Age Toddlers Should Start Brushing Teeth On Their Own?

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Dr. Nivedita Dalmia
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.

Published on Dec 29, 2014 and last reviewed on Oct 17, 2019   -  1 min read


Encouraging kids to brush twice daily helps early on helps them maintain good oral hygiene, which prevents tooth decay. Learn about when to let your kids brush on their own.

By What Age Toddlers Should Start Brushing Teeth On Their Own?

By incorporating the habit of brushing twice daily (morning before breakfast and night after the last meal), you are not only preventing the milk tooth from decay, but also saving the permanent teeth!

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Last reviewed at:
17 Oct 2019  -  1 min read




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