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Brushies patented design is specially made to be easy and effective for use between 4 weeks and 4 years of age – the only toothbrush of its kind! Our special finger puppet style makes brushing easy and fun.

Newborn

Even before teeth come in, babies’ mouths deserve dental attention. While bonding with baby, parents can use a Brushie to gently scrub gums and tongue twice a day.

Baby

Once teeth begin to appear, Brushie’s food-grade silicone is safe for use as a teething toy – and can even be frozen! Starting early with Brushie helps kids get comfortable with the brushing process and new oral sensations.

Toddler

When teeth come in, the fronts and backs of all teeth, and the crevices between them, should be scrubbed with a Brushie, angling toward the gumline to attack plaque. (Kids may want to try brushing their own teeth – which is great! Encourage them try, but always follow-up after with 2 minutes of quality brushing.)

Why are Brushies made of silicone?
Brushies are made from food-grade silicone, and free of BPA and phthalates. Our patented design of the silicone bristles means they are effective on plaque but gentler on gums than typical nylon. Plus, the flexible finger puppet design means greater control of pressure.
How should we care for Brushies?
Brushies are perfect to sneak into the dishwasher for a good scrub, and it’s the most popular way that Brushies get cleaned. They can also be cleaned with simple soap and water – just make sure to let them dry completely between brushings.

42%
of children ages 2-11 have untreated cavities, according to a study by the CDC.

Cavities are one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood in the United States.

42%
of children ages 2-11 have untreated cavities, according to a study by the CDC.

Cavities are one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood in the United States.

The Good News?

Nearly all tooth decay can be prevented!

Brushies Tips:

  • The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that children visit the dentist by their first birthday, or within six months of their first tooth.
  • Once teeth are in, you can use a very thin smear of toothpaste. Consult with your dentist or doctor regarding the use of fluoride toothpaste and look for ones that are safe to swallow.
  • Starting around age 2 or 3, use a pea-sized amount of toothpaste when brushing your child’s teeth. (Make sure they spit it out after brushing!)
  • Always brush twice a day and for two minutes at a time.

Make brushing fun, not a battle!

Use Brushies during playtime and tell stories about battling sugar bugs.

The Power of Playing