How To Clean Tartar That Is Safe For Children 1.5 Years?
Good morning … I ask further questions. If my child is 1.5 years old, what size should I use to use fluoride toothpaste? Even if the toothpaste does not contain flouride, can it be swallowed? Because my child at that age is not good at gargling and spewing out the remaining foam in the mouth. Explanation please. Thank you….
Brushing your child's teeth should begin after the baby's teeth grow. There are currently many types of toothbrushes and toothpaste that you can adjust to your child's age. If your child can't rinse his mouth, it's actually not dangerous if the toothpaste is swallowed because the content of the fuel tends to be small. But if you want to be more careful, you can give your child toothpaste without fluoride. Usually there is a description on the packaging of toothpaste.
Later after the child has understood the correct way to rinse, your child can start using fluoridated toothpaste. Do not forget to still teach children to rinse and use boiled water / bottled water first, okay? If the child can rinse his mouth, you can use raw water as usual.
As for the yellow stains that are suspected of tartar, you should still check directly to the dentist so that it can be ascertained and if indeed tartar can be cleaned by a dentist. A visit to the dentist should be done every 6 months.
Hope it helps you,