Teaching your kids a good oral care routine sets them up for healthy teeth for life. But when should you introduce mouthwash to their routine? In summary:
– Mouthwash is not recommended for children under the age of six as younger children may swallow it.
– Children aged six and above should be supervised and the mouthwash should be stored out of reach.
– Taking your kids to the dentist regularly will keep their teeth and gums healthy.
“Mouthwash can be beneficial for children in order to help reduce plaque, bad bacteria, and their risk for cavities.”
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