The idea that milk teeth of your baby do not need any special care is a serious mistake. Pediatricians advise children to start brushing their teeth by the age of two, and dentists believe dental check-ups should begin between 2 and 3 years of age. In fact, the first teeth of a child have an essential influence on the development of the jaw and the position of future definitive teeth.
The teeth of milk reserve the space for future definitive teeth. If they fall prematurely, neighboring teeth invade their space. The hollow narrows and the permanent tooth that grows later looks for its way growing incorrectly.
However, to wash a child’s teeth does not serve any brush or any toothpaste. The ideal is a small soft toothbrush and a special toothpaste for milk teeth with a taste that is pleasing to the small.