By the age of four, little teeth will be fully in place
Now that they've got their new smile, we want to ensure that every little tooth is protected and looked after. The enamel on milk teeth is 50% thinner than adult teeth, so brushing is important in order to keep tooth decay away.
Macleans Little Teeth Toothpaste and toothbrushes for children
Little Teeth toothpaste is specially designed by dental experts for children aged 4-6 years, providing gentle care with low abrasion and flouride to strengthen and defend little teeth against cavities caused by everyday sugars like sweets and snacks. Now that's something worth smiling about.
Our special Little Teeth toothbrushes also feature fun characters that kids love, yet another way to help make brushing teeth fun.
And the handles are shaped to make it easier for little hands to grip on to, while their flexible necks help to protect gums too.
Macleans Little Teeth Toothpaste
Between 4-6 years children really begin to learn to take control of their brushing routines - but they still like a little fun too!
- Contains 1000 ppm fluoride
- Helps strengthen enamel to protect maturing milk teeth
- Mild Bubblemint taste
Macleans Little Teeth Toothbrushes
As children get bigger so do their mouths and hands. That's why we've designed our range of toothbrushes to get progressively bigger to keep up with your child as they grow.
- Soft bristles to reduce the risk of damage to the gums
- Flexible neck and small head to target those hard to reach surfaces
- Animal head bristle protectors
- Toothbrushes: Curt the Croc, Bella the Bunny, Tilly the Tiger, Sammy the Shark
*Children under 6 years should be supervised during brushing
Easy ways to make brushing
your child's teeth fun
Brushing isn’t always interesting. That’s why we’ve worked with children and their parents to help develop strategies that encourage children to brush their teeth and help start good habits. Find out how to get your child into good habits early, by making sure they are engaged whilst taking care of their teeth.