Considering the mundane job they're supposed to do, kids' toothbrushes look and sound a lot like toys. Beyond their playful appearance, the latest products also feature an educational component that focuses on good oral health care. On their websites, manufacturers address dental health issues that are common with children, such as teething, the role of nutrition, proper brushing techniques, cavity prevention, plaque, flossing and visiting the dentist. While parents seek products that will ...

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