Effective for: Autism, Special Needs & Parkinson
Many autistic children hate brushing their teeth. For different reasons, some children with autism clench their teeth closed once toothpaste and a toothbrush come near their mouth.
Why you should try it?
- It is the best choice for those who are overly sensitive.
- This toothbrush has flexible and gentle bristles that enable your children to brush their teeth in a more comfortable way.
- Our new full-body design gives your child more security eliminating the possibility of any part of the toothbrush falling apart.
- It gives efficient dental care.
The new design gives your child more security eliminating the possibility of any part of the toothbrush falling apart.
- It guides cleaning and encourages independence.
- Gently stimulates and massages the gums
- Effective cleaning in a short amount of time.
- Expansion pleats allow bristles to adjust to different tooth widths.
The kids actually used them! They really used them. I have been waiting for the moment for over a year. Thank you, thank you, thank you to this company and whoever invented this type of toothbrush. You have brought joy to a very exhausted mom who has 4 children with aversion to toothbrushes.
I bought these for my daughter, who isn't autistic, but she has some sensory sensitivity and never quite brushes well enough because her gums hurt. This has reduced brushing time and her teeth and gums are much cleaner.
My 8 year old was doing a terrible job brushing. He was having so much trouble getting both the inside and outside surface on all of his teeth. This simplifies it for him, and makes brushing go much faster in general. The dentist said he saw improvement in my son's teeth at the next visit.
I was skeptical about this toothbrush at first. If it would be too big or if my son would hate it. My son is 5 and has Autism so brushing teeth has been a struggle and lately he would only allow me about 10 secs. We have been using this toothbrush for about a week now and not only does he allow me to brush longer but he opens his mouth wider. I think he really likes the sensory input this brush provides.
Nice! I saw these for years, and considered buying but didn't until my 11 year old autistic son had dental surgery recently.. He enjoys using this toothbrush more than any toothbrush suggested by dentist in the past eight years.. Pretty great! And exciting to find something actually useful