Yes, It's Time To Start Brushing After Breakfast and Before Bed.
...and, it's OK if tooth brushing is a bit of a struggle. Or if you're like us, it's a wiggly, sometimes messy battle that you have come to dread. But don't worry, you and your child will both win the battle against Early Childhood Caries. Yup, that's the fancy word for cavities that affect children between birth and 71 months. It is an infectious, preventable disease.
Here's my favorite toddler toothbrush- your child can hold it without any help, and 'play' brushing after every meal! Keep one toothbrush in the kitchen junk drawer, one toothbrush in the bathroom, and one in your to-go bag. Toothbrush logistics problem solved!