Brush kids’ teeth with just a little fluoride toothpaste
By Laura Sanders, 09:32 AM February 25, 2014
When Baby V began sprouting teeth, I hopped online to figure out how to handle the new sharp, white residents of her mouth. I quickly found my answer. I’m supposed to use a pea-sized amount of non-fluoridated toothpaste until Baby V turns 2, and then switch to fluoridated toothpaste. No, wait. I’m supposed to gently wipe the teeth and gums with a wet piece of cloth. Actually, no. I’m supposed to brush, but just with water. Thank you, Internet, for clearing that up.
Since my failed fact-findin...
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