- Your dentist will be able to recommend the appropriate fluoride level of toothpaste for your child
- The most common differences between children’s toothpaste and regular toothpaste include fluoride levels and also taste
- Gentle protection for baby teeth and gums
- As we know, a good toothbrushing routine is important and child friendly tasting toothpastes should help encourage your child to brush.
Because Aquafresh Milk Teeth toothpaste has the lowest fluoride content in the range, it can be used for 0-3 year olds*.
Aquafresh Milk Teeth Toothpaste:
*Your dentist may recommend a higher-fluoride toothpaste such as Aquafresh Little Teeth (1000ppm) for 0-3 year olds if they have cavities and need extra protection against tooth decay.
- A gentle mint taste
- A low 500ppm (parts per million) fluoride
Children’s mouths change as they grow. And at each stage of their development, they may need a different toothbrush and toothpaste to match their ever-changing needs. With a different set of products for each phase of your child’s dental development, Aquafresh is there every step of the way.
Both children and adults have enjoyed using Aquafresh for over 25 years now. No wonder it's the UK's favourite striped toothpaste — Aquafresh puts the fun back into brushing.
Good oral hygiene is important for all the family. While many toothpastes may provide a level of protection, only Aquafresh toothpaste has the three stripes which give triple protection to your family's teeth and gums. And they make brushing more fun for everyone!
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