Pigeon’s Training Toothbrush Set is your baby’s next step to proper toothbrushing habits and movements.
- Co-developed with leading paediatric dentist
- Consists of Training Toothbrush Lessons 1, 2 and 3 to accompany baby’s oral care journey
- Soft elastomer brush head gently cleans baby’s delicate gums and teeth
- Allow baby to gently massage their teeth and gums.
- Tongue cleaner removes residual dirt on baby’s tongue – Includes a safety shield that prevents choking (Lessons 1 and 2 only)
What is the suitable baby age to use:
Lesson 1: For babies from 6 – 8 months, or 0 – 4 milk teeth. Insert safety shield from the toothbrush head. Push safety shield down until it snaps on securely. Allow baby to gently massage their teeth and gums.
Lesson 2: For babies from 8 – 12 months, or 4 – 8 milk teeth. Insert safety shield from the toothbrush head. Push safety shield down until it snaps on securely. Allow baby to gently brush their teeth.
Lesson 3: For babies from 12 – 18 months, or 8 – 20 milk teeth.Apply a rice grain size amount of fluoride toothpaste. Allow baby to brush their teeth for 2 minutes
How to clean & store the products:
After every use, rinse the toothbrush well under running water and dry off. Make sure to dry completely before storing in a cool, dry place. Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight.
How to sterilize the product:
Boiling, Steam or Sterilisation Tablet (Lessons 1 and 2 only)
DO NOT BOIL, Use Steaming or Sterilisation Tablet (Lesson 3 only)
|Brush Head||TPE (SEBS)||100°C|
|Bristle (Lesson 3)||Saturated Polyester Resin||80°C|
|Safety Shield||Polypropylene (PP)||120°C|
The shield prevents the toothbrush (Lessons 1 and 2 only) from becoming a choking hazard. Before every use, affix the shield onto the toothbrush complete until it clicks. Always use under adult’s supervision. This toothbrush is not a toy. Do not let the baby play with it. Soft elastomer parts may break if baby bites or pulls them off. Replace immediately if elastomer parts are worn out or damaged. Refrain from using product should you notice extensive tooth decay and/or sore bleeding gums. Seek a dentist’s advice immediately.