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Do the first milk teeth need to be cleaned?

The enamel on milk teeth is more fragile than on permanent teeth, so milk teeth are particularly sensitive to the effects of the acid produced by bacteria in the mouth as they digest sugars (dental plaque). It is therefore important to clean them regularly.

To clean your baby's first teeth, use a compress, either dry or soaked in saline solution, on the gum and the emerging teeth to remove the dental plaque, or use a suitable toothbrush without toothpaste.

The Elgydium Baby toothbrush is ideal for your baby's teeth.

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