IS AQUAFRESH BIG TEETH: It is a specially designed toothpaste for kids from the
age of 6 — 8 years. It provides gentle care on kids teeth while helping protect
against cavities and strengthening enamel.
CHOOSE: Starting from around the age of 6 your child is going to have a mixed
smile of little and big teeth with gaps in between. The enamel of your child's
little teeth is up to 50% thinner than yours. New big teeth can take up to 3
years to reach full strength, making them more susceptible to sugar acid
attacks which can lead to cavities. Aquafresh Big Teeth toothpaste is specially
designed by dental experts to strengthen new big teeth whilst continuing to
look after the little ones.
DOES IT WORK: Aquafresh Big Teeth toothpaste formulation delivers fluoride to
enamel surfaces, thereby strengthening new big teeth from the inside out.
IS IT FOR: For children aged 6-8 with little and big teeth, showing gaps in
between. Everyday sugar acids can cause tooth decay and cavities. Aquafresh Big
Teeth toothpaste is gentle on your kids' teeth and has a fresh mint flavour
which makes it a perfect choice for your children.
CAUSES TOOTH DECAY: Due to everyday sugar attacks, vital minerals can be lost
from tooth surfaces over time, increasing the risk of tooth decay and cavities.
Aquafresh Big Teeth toothpaste formulation delivers fluoride to enamel surfaces
thereby protecting against attacks by sugar acids.
TO TAKE CARE OF NEW BIG KIDS TEETH: Oral hygiene is important from the youngest
age. To reduce risk of tooth decay, twice-daily brushing is highly recommended.
With regular brushing, Aquafresh Big Teeth toothpaste strengthens enamel and
helps maintain healthy gums.
TO USE: It is very important to get brush time established as soon as you can
because habits built from young age can last a lifetime. So, brush kids' teeth
twice-daily for 2 minutes. To make brush time fun time, download our Aquafresh
Brush Time app. Do not brush more than 3 times a day and minimize swallowing.
Always read the label before use.
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (4)
Kids like it but always cheaper at Sainsburys.
We'll be going back to little teeth toothpaste for our 6 year old as both contain enough fluoride (1450ppm) and he prefers the flavour of the other one. We've been trying this for a couple of weeks and it's a real battle - when there seems to be no actual need to move on. Probably fine for those who don't mind the flavour - and the adults in the family will probably use the rest up.
My six year old doesn't like many toothpaste flavours, but this one is neither too strong nor insipid. I will stick with this now.
good introduction to minty flavour
This was the first mint toothpaste my kids tried. At first they fussed about it but after about 3 times they started to like it and stopped complaining. These have a better taste than the sweet ones they had previously. The three colour paste is also interesting to kids when they brush.