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Electic Kids Toothbursh

Introducing our kids' electric toothbrush sets, tailored to make oral health a priority for children ages 3 and above. Featuring monkey, panda, and tiger charactors, these brushes make oral health a top priority and turn dental care into a fun and enjoyable routine.


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Special Features

Brushing Chart


Organize Storage Base

Extra-soft Bristles

Easy-grip Handle

2-minute Sand Timer


The electric toothbrushes offer more than just amusement – they prioritize safety as well. The BPA-free label assures you that these toothbrushes are meticulously crafted with your child's safety at the forefront, instilling confidence throughout their dental care routine.

Extra-soft Bristles

Extra-soft bristles effectively remove plaque and debris from teeth. They can reach into smaller spaces between teeth and along the gumline without causing damage. This ensures thorough cleaning without compromising dental hygiene.

Brushing Chart

Incorporating a brushing chart turns brushing into a fun and engaging activity for kids. They can use stickers or crayons to mark each successful brushing, turning it into a positive and rewarding experience.

Animal Themed

Making your kids' brushing habits exciting with Milo the monkey, Polly the panda, and Theo the tiger 


Our electric toothbruhes are BPA-free

Lifetime Warranty 

Ensuring long-lasting oral care for your little ones


of children ages 2-15 have untreated cavities. Cavities are one of the most comman chronic diseases of childhood in the United States, according to the CDC.

Brushing Tips


Brushing Time

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that children should brush thier teeth for 2 minutes twice a day.

Dentist Visits

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that children aged 3 and older should visit the dentist at least twice a year for regular check-ups and cleanings.

Establish a Routine

Create a daily routine for brushing that your child can follow. Brush their teeth at the same times each day, preferably after breakfast and before bedtime.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should the brush head be replaced?

The American Dental Association (ADA): The ADA recommends replacing your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months, or sooner if the bristles are frayed or worn. They emphasize that worn bristles are less effective at removing plaque and bacteria, which can lead to gingivitis and other oral health problems

What is the importance of having extra-soft bristles in a kids toothbrush?

American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD): The AAPD recommends using a soft-bristled toothbrush for children to avoid damaging their gums and enamel. While they don't specifically mention "extra-soft," they emphasize the importance of softness for protecting developing teeth and gums.

Are there any specific oral health benefits associated with using electric toothbrushes over manual ones for children?

American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD): The AAPD acknowledges that electric toothbrushes can be an effective tool for children's oral hygiene, particularly for those with braces or difficulty brushing manually. They note that electric toothbrushes can remove more plaque than manual brushes, especially in hard-to-reach areas.