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on July 3, 2017
So my baby turned two a few weeks ago. He refuses to let me brush his teeth. Flat out screams, throws a fit, etc. I can't brush them bc obviously if I forced him to do it, I would hurt him or gag him. He allows me to wipe his teeth with a washcloth but that's about it. (I sneak toothpaste on to it) So needless to say, I gave these a whirl. I know they are for smaller babies. But- I was desperate. My now two year old LOVES this. He happily gets his teeth brushed several times a day, and he actually likes doing it himself too. (While I am holding him and supervising) It's a miracle! He won't have rotting teeth after all! lol. Price was great too!
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on August 28, 2017
My daughter is 2.5 years old and she has severe cavities. You cannot get anywhere near her mouth w/o 3 people holding her down. We really want to avoid her having any more cavities but we were unable to even say toothbrush w/o her crying. No More- Now she enjoys brushing with the finger brush.
Pros: Toddler allows us near her mouth for brushing.
Cons: May not clean as thoroughly as a toothbrush - (but better than not being able to clean the teeth at all)
If you have bigger fingers it may not fit (I do not have that problem (ring size 6)
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Top Contributor: Babyon September 26, 2017
We've been using these to brush our 1-year-old's teeth for the first time, and we all love them. I was dreading adding brushing teeth to his nightly routine, afraid he was going to fight me and fuss to have something shoved in his mouth. But he doesn't mind at all -- in fact, he seems entertained by feeling the soft bristles on his gums. I also use the opportunity to feel for new teeth/molars, which was a real struggle before we had these as an option (used latex gloves before and got chomped once.) Highly recommend and plan to give as first birthday gifts in the future.
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on October 1, 2017
Excellent toothbrush for a baby who hates anyone touching her mouth. She fought me like a little wild animal the first time I tried the brush, but with some patience, smiles, coos, and setting of an example (yes, I put it in my mouth and gently bite on it, because my little monkey wants to do everything her mama does), she started liking chewing on it after her bedtime bottle of milk. And it is very therapeutic to me to have little baby teeth and jaws working on my finger; it's almost meditative. :-D
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on May 2, 2017
The Babybaus tooth brushes are absolutely wonderful and my baby like his new brushes a lot. Its soft and gently cleans the gum and the tiny teeth.
I really appreciate the quality and durability of the product.
A must buy for babies and toddlers learning the importance of daily brushing and so that they make it a habit as they grow. The brushes come with individual boxes so that it remains clean until next usage also making it useful while traveling or packing the baby bag.

Thanks Again
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on August 9, 2017
I didn't know that I was supposed to perform oral care for my baby but my sister, who bought this set while pregnant gave me one of the 3. I started using it on my 2 month old and he likes it. He is breastfeed and it removes the whitish film on his tongue. We use it at bath time, with bathwater (just wet it, no rinsing). I figured it will get him used to oral care for when he "has to" brush.
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on October 3, 2017
Took a couple of tries to get the baby interested, and at night I didn't push it on a tired one year old. However, now she loves it. She opens for it and sometimes cries when I put it away. I think it helps that we try to do some teeth brushing time with her big brother so she feels big getting hers brushed, too. It fits nicely on the finger and seems good quality. I think it's a great price for three of them!
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on August 21, 2017
I love that these come with their own individual cases! I keep one in the bathroom and one in the diaper bag- the third is a backup.
The toothbrushes fit well on my fingers and we absolutely love them!!
My almost two year old daughter went through a phase where she refused any brush with bristles, and these got us through.
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on February 2, 2018
These are amazing! As the mother of four, with my oldest being 19 years old and my youngest 2, I can say this is the best tooth brush I have seen for toddlers. I would recommend this to anyone with a newborn to an older toddler. The bristle are excellent for cleaning. I’ve had a difficult time cleaning my toddlers tongue. He would bite down on the toothbrush. With this I can clean his tongue without worrying about scratching the roof of his mouth. I bought this solely for his tongue, but the bristles are so good I use them on his teeth after I have brushed his teeth with a regular toothbrush.
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on January 17, 2018
I wish I could have just bought one - or maybe a two pack so I had one for our travel bag. Not sure why people would want three unless they have triplets. Regardless, they are much too small for my fingers - and my fingers are not abnormally large. I tried shoving them on to brush a couple of times and my baby bit me pretty hard. 😵 I don’t recommend using once your baby has opposing teeth. Maybe just for those first few nubbins that poke through...
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