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Oral7 Tiny Teeth Gel contains the two most-protective enzymes found in breast milk and healthy saliva. These enzymes offer natural protection against germs that can cause decay in delicate baby teeth.
- For infants from 3 months to 3 years
- Safe to swallow
- Specially designed for gentle and safe oral hygiene for babies
- Contains protective enzymes naturally found in mother’s milk
- No fluoride, sugar, artificial colouring or detergent
- Relieves the discomfort of teething gums
- Natural green-apple flavour
For best results, use it with the Oral7 finger brush, which is made of soft vinyl and is free from BPA.
Protecting those precious Milk Teeth
- When breast feeding, a mother’s milk promotes a healthy oral environment by providing essential enzymes. Oral7 Tiny Teeth Gel contains 3 of these natural enzymes – Lysozyme, Lactoferrin and Lactoperoxidase
- The daily use of Oral7 Tiny Teeth Gel with the finger brush should start before the baby’s milk teeth are visible. This will balance the acidity in the baby’s mouth to protect their milk teeth and keep them healthy. In addition, babies will easily adapt to this routine and develop a positive attitude towards cleaning their teeth themselves later!
- Taking care and cleaning of your baby’s milk teeth is extremely important. There are 20 milk teeth, which are much smaller than the 32 permanent adult teeth. The milk teeth start forming in the womb and first come through somewhere between 5 and 8 months. The last of these milk teeth normally come through when a child is between 2 to 3 years old.
- As milk teeth fall out, it is a common misconception that they do not matter. Milk teeth are essential for correct speech development and play an important role in holding space for future permanent teeth. If milk teeth are list through tooth decay, there is more chance of permanent teeth becoming crooked or even blocked by other teeth. Milk teeth serve many functions in your child’s growth & development and are essential in the first step of digesting food: chewing, biting and grinding.
- Milk teeth influence the development and growth of the face and jaw muscles. Tooth decay and disease present in milk teeth can easily be passed on to permanent teeth as they erupt. Milk teeth molars remain in the mouth till around 10 to 12 years of age with lost of opportunity to pass decay on to their new permanent neighbours. If it spreads to the root, an infection in a decayed milk tooth can damage the developing permanent tooth lying directly underneath
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