Baby Banana Sharky Teether & Toothbrush

Baby Banana
SKU: 3386
Availability: Out of stock
R 180.00
Sharky Teether & Toothbrush is an all-in-one teether and training toothbrush! Sharky's fun shape has been specially engineered to promote healthy oral care habits from the earliest age possible. His soft fins and chunky bristles are perfect for chewing on to soothe inflamed gums




Baby Banana Sharky Teether / Toothbrush

A toothbrush and teething toy for children under 2 years.

Sharky Teether & Toothbrush is an all-in-one teether and training toothbrush! Sharky's fun shape has been specially engineered to promote healthy oral care habits from the earliest age possible. His soft fins and chunky bristles are perfect for chewing on to soothe inflamed gums while teething and are designed by an Oral Hygienist to help remove plaque effectively. Made from the highest quality German medical-grade silicone, Sharky Brush is both BPA and phthalate free. Unlike rubber, he doesn’t have a funny smell and can be cleaned easily. Non-toxic, non-allergenic and safe enough for newborns!

Product Features at a Glance:

  • Teether and Toddler Toothbrush in one!
  • Tested and approved safe for lead, phthalates, BPA and other toxins by the CPSIA
  • Babies love Sharky's cool shape and colour
  • With this innovative design, there’s absolutely no danger of choking
  • 100% Medical-Grade German Silicone
  • Dishwasher-safe for sanitising
  • A frozen Sharky soothes inflamed gums
  • Extremely durable and cost-effective
  • Silicone nubs and chunky bristles massage the teeth & gums
  • Designed by an Oral Hygienist to help remove plaque effectively

Made From

  • 100% Medical-Grade German Silicone

When should I start brushing my baby’s teeth?

Start cleaning your baby’s teeth twice a day as soon as you see his first little tooth bud emerging. If you start early, your baby will get used to having his teeth cleaned.

Your baby’s first tooth will most likely be a bottom front one, appearing when he’s about six months old. However, the time a baby’s first tooth appears can vary hugely. A few babies are born with a tooth through already! Others still have no teeth by the time they’re one.

Try to get into the habit of brushing your baby’s teeth twice a day. Do it once in the morning, at a time that fits in with your usual routine. The second clean should be before bed, after your baby’s had his last drink. By giving baby his own toothbrush to hold he’s more likely to feel in control and to enjoy brushing his teeth rather than fighting it.

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