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What kind or type of toothphase can I use for my 2 year old daughter?

9 doctors weighed in
Dr. Alice Urbankova
Dentistry - Cosmetic
2 doctors agree

In brief: Children tooth paste

You need to select tooth paste indicated for children only.
It had less Fluoride and is also not as strong in taste. It is available in any drug store.

In brief: Children tooth paste

You need to select tooth paste indicated for children only.
It had less Fluoride and is also not as strong in taste. It is available in any drug store.
Dr. Alice Urbankova
Dr. Alice Urbankova
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Dr. Cindy Juster
Pediatrics
2 doctors agree

In brief: Any

Any toothpaste with Fluoride is fine, but make sure you are only putting a tiny dot of the toothpaste on the toothbrush -- toothpaste eating can cause problems for your child.

In brief: Any

Any toothpaste with Fluoride is fine, but make sure you are only putting a tiny dot of the toothpaste on the toothbrush -- toothpaste eating can cause problems for your child.
Dr. Cindy Juster
Dr. Cindy Juster
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Dr. Mark Patterson
Generally, it is suggested that the amount of toothpaste should be pea-sized. That way, the amount should not lead to any problems if swallowed.
Dr. William Eliades
Dentistry - Cosmetic
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Pediatric toothpaste

Most major tooth brands have childrens paste.
Any of them are great and come in children friendly flavors.

In brief: Pediatric toothpaste

Most major tooth brands have childrens paste.
Any of them are great and come in children friendly flavors.
Dr. William Eliades
Dr. William Eliades
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics

In brief: Fluride free

Fluride containing toothpaste contains high amounts of fluride, enough to be a problem in a kid who is not old enough to reliably spit out the material during brushing.
Many fl free are available, and some parents like the ones with some baking soda as they seem to get medication stains off quicker.3yo kids are usually conversational enough to understand to spit, > for poor receptive vocabulary.

In brief: Fluride free

Fluride containing toothpaste contains high amounts of fluride, enough to be a problem in a kid who is not old enough to reliably spit out the material during brushing.
Many fl free are available, and some parents like the ones with some baking soda as they seem to get medication stains off quicker.3yo kids are usually conversational enough to understand to spit, > for poor receptive vocabulary.
Dr. James Ferguson
Dr. James Ferguson
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