It's Never Too Early To Talk Oral Hygiene - @BabyBuddyBear #BringingHomeBaby #BabyEvent

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It is NEVER too early to start practicing great oral hygiene.  I remember when Broxton was born, I was living in South Georgia and was trying to read everything I could online.  One website mentioned "Tooth Tissues" and I knew that was something I really needed for Broxton.  It was talking about getting these wipes and basically wiping his gums.  Of course, I headed to the store in Atlanta that carried them on my next trip up to see friends!   I had the little brush that you put on your finger to rub his gums too, but again, I had no clue there were different products for different ages.  I just sort of rolled with the flow of things. 
Now, I know that there are products for nearly any and every thing you can think of.  I won't be purchasing everything (I also learned items we for sure do not need) but I will be making sure that oral hygiene is still a top priority.  
 
As I mentioned in a previous post, I am all about gift bags full of different goodies. You can go with a theme (such as the one in this post) or go based upon brand name.  You can even mix and match to have it full of things YOU think would be perfect.  No wrong answer here! 
 
 
Baby Buddy has oral hygiene products that cover the tooth tissues (stage 1) up to a little toothbrush (stage 6) I want to cover these for you!
 
Stage 1 - Tooth Tissue (age 0-16 months) Prevent tooth decay by wiping down baby’s teeth and gums after each feeding. Use Tooth Tissues® from birth to promote healthy habits that will last a lifetime.
 
Stage 2 - Finger Toothbrush (age 3+ months) Place the toothbrush over the adult’s index finger, wet the toothbrush, and gently brush/ massage baby’s gums and teeth. Toothbrush must fit snugly onto the fingertip to make sure that it will not come off during use and become a choking hazard.
 
Stage 3 - Wipe - n- Brush (age 4-16 months) Wrap Tooth Tissue™ securely around adult index finger. Place the toothbrush over the adult’s index finger. The toothbrush must fit snugly to make sure it does not come off and pose a choking hazard. Gently wipe gums and teeth with the tooth tissue. Baby’s gums are soothed as you wipe or brush.
Stage 4 - Baby's first Toothbrush (age 4+ months) Wet toothbrush and gently massage baby’s gums and teeth. Allow baby to bite down, helping to clean teeth and soothe teething pain
 
Stage 5 - 360 Toothbrush ( age 4-24 months) The 360° bristles work both ways to brush your teeth, offering a fast and easy way to brush your child's teeth. While ordinary toothbrushes break apart in a few days from biting, the Baby Buddy 360 Toothbrush is durable enough to last more than 3 months...10x longer than the average toothbrush.

Stage 6 - 360 Toothbrush (age 2-4 years) Same as above, but has medium bristles versus soft bristles.
 
I personally think that giving a gift of great oral hygiene is a good thing.  It not only starts them on the right track, but we all know good hygiene results in better health overall.  Baby Buddy Oral Care has a variety of colors of products to make everyone happy.  Make sure to follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

At what age did you start worrying about Oral Hygiene with your little ones?

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  1. I am ashamed to say that I did not take care of my son's teeth when he was little and he had teeth issues at 10 years old. But when my daughter came along, i did not make the same mistake and I took care of her teeth. It is never too young to take care of babies teeth. I like the Baby Buddy and that is has great oral hygiene products that help by making products like teeth wipes, and index finger tooth brushes. Great products for all Mom's and Dads!

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  2. I washed their little gums out with a baby washcloth at first. That worked the best for us.

    Isaak has to go to the orthodontic doc. later this month. :( He lost a tooth he's not supposed to loose until he's 12. His mouth is just too crowded for his teeth.

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  3. With my kids I never used products like the Tooth Tissues or the Finger Toothbrush, I'm not even sure they had them back then or not. But they are good products to use. We used the Finger toothbrush with my grandson.

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