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Toothbrush R.O.C.S. BABY

For children aged 0 to 3

INDICATIONS FOR USE
INDICATIONS FOR USE

When the child is younger than 3 years old, their teeth should be brushed their parents in order for the correct brushing technique to be used. The unique shape of the handle prevents excess pressure from being applied on the teeth and gums of the child during brushing, so that the child's gums and immature enamel are not damaged.

The R.O.C.S. toothbrush handle is manufactured from high-quality and safe PET plastic and has a unique shape that is comfortable both for the child and for the parents. The wide shape of the handle prevents it from accidentally penetrating too deep into the child's oral cavity.

The toothbrush was developed with the help of children's dentists. The extra soft bristle with triple-polished tips does not damage the delicate gum and fragile enamel. 
Wide handle shape, preventing accidental penetration too deep into the child's oral cavity.
The chewable handle is made from high-quality and safe PET plastic.
The structure and uniformity of the plastic lessen the possibility of bacteria attaching themselves to the surface of the handle. 
ATTENTION! PARENTS SHOULD BE BRUSHING THE TEETH OF ALL CHILDREN YOUNGER THAN THE SCHOOL AGE. THE TOOTHBRUSH IS NOT A TOY. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR CHILD WITH THE TOOTHBRUSH UNSUPERVISED.

Mechanism of action

A unique triple-polishing bristle tip technology ensures a safe brushing and excludes any possibility of damage to the hard dental tissues and the gums 

The uniquely-shaped ultrathin  bristle significantly improves the effectiveness of brushing and ensures a gentle massage of the gums. 

How to care for your baby's oral cavity from the first tooth

You need to brush your baby's teeth twice a day: in the morning and in the evening for 2-3 minutesafter eating. This will eliminate food debris from the interdental spaces, prevent the deposition of soft deposits on the teeth and their further calcification.

Teeth cleaning begins with the lateral (chewing) group in the direction from right to left on the lower jaw, and then from left to right on the upper jaw, sequentially grasping 2-3 teeth and moving the toothbrush towards the front teeth.

To completely remove plaque from each tooth surface, it is necessary to make at least 10 paired movements with a toothbrush. The external surfaces are cleaned by vertical sweeping movements in the direction from the edge of the gums to the edge of the tooth, while simultaneously massaging the soft tissues, which improves blood circulation and strengthens them.