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Can children's teeth be protected with a varnish?

To prevent tooth decay, children and teenagers can have their teeth ‘varnished’: the dentist fills the natural grooves on the surface of the molars with a composite resin, which prevents bacteria becoming established in the grooves where they are protected from the toothbrush. However, learning correct dental hygiene is still the best way for your child to keep their teeth healthy.

Elgydium offers toothpastes and toothbrushes according to age, two to six or seven to twelve years, with appealing flavours that make it easier to encourage children to brush their teeth.

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