Baby Tooth Tissue

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Tooth Tissues are disposable textured dental wipes designed for infants and toddlers. The uniquely textured wipes are designed for effective, safe plaque removal from teeth, gums, tongues and cheeks.

Tooth Tissues are all natural and unflavoured - because babies do not need to be exposed to artificial flavours.

They are soothing for teething gums with aloe vera, paraben and fluoride free, and formulated with xylitol - a proven cavity fighter.

Tooth Tissues has obtained the distinction of being certified natural by the N.P.A. (Natural Products Association). The ‘wipes’ are all bamboo and the color of the wipes is an "oatmeal" color.

Help the child in your life develop healthy habits that will last a lifetime! Start wiping baby’s gums before teeth have even erupted.

Conveniently packaged with 30 bamboo wipes in a soft resealable pouch, Tooth Tissues are easy to use and help prevent tooth decay and establish good hygiene habits at a young age.

Invented by two dentists for their kids,Tooth Tissues are dental wipes for baby and toddler. As practicing dentists, Drs. Grace Lo and Jonathan Korn know the importance of cleaning babies' teeth after feedings and before bedtime.

Use Tooth Tissues with confidence!


Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Tooth Tissues :

Are baby teeth important? Aren’t they lost later anyway?

Baby teeth are very important ! It is a common myth that primary/baby teeth do not matter. Proper oral hygiene begins at birth ! Get your child off to the right start.

Every child should be given the opportunity to grow up never experiencing dental decay. Baby teeth are important for chewing which is needed for proper nutrition and helps develop the bones and muscles of the face. They give kids a nice smile that is important to establishing self-confidence. Baby teeth aid in learning speech, and hold space in the mouth for the adult teeth to grow in.

With proper oral care and nutrition, no child should ever have to suffer from cavities or more serious dental infection.

When can we start using Tooth Tissues?

Once feeding patterns are established, Tooth Tissues can be used to wipe all around a baby’s mouth.

What if my child is OVER 16 months?

Tooth Tissues can be used exclusively to clean a baby's mouth/teeth until their back molars arrive, which is on average 16 months. So, if you count your baby's teeth... and there are only the front 6 on the top and bottom, the Tooth Tissues will still serve you well by themselves.

When the primary molars are in, a toothbrush should be the primary form of oral hygiene especially at night. However, with that said, in both our dental offices, we hand out samples for babies, children and adults alike because there are many times you will not have a toothbrush handy and the xylitol in the wipes and the physical removal of plaque will help prevent tooth decay. Tooth Tissues can be used after juice or snack when you are on the go.

Can Tooth Tissues be used for more than just babies and toddlers?

YES! Our wipes are perfect for the “transitional smile” when adult front teeth are erupting. As adult teeth come in, they are usually spaced out making oral hygiene difficult for traditional toothbrushes and floss. Use Tooth Tissues to easily clean between these gaps.

For Adults - Tooth Tissues are ideal for any large gaps, around missing teeth, around a healing implant, and the back of the last teeth.

Tooth Tissues can also be used by anyone to wipe away decay causing plaque and freshen their mouth between brushings.

What is Xylitol?

Xylitol is a sweetener derived from natural sources. It is also produced in the human body - we make up to 15 grams daily during normal metabolism. Xylitol is a sweet substance commonly found in birch trees. While sugar wreaks havoc on the body, xylitol heals and repairs. It is anti-microbial, preventing the growth of bacteria.

Using xylitol right before bedtime, after brushing and flossing, protects and heals the teeth and gums. Unlike sugar, it can even be left on the teeth overnight. With proper use, xylitol actually stops the fermentation process leading to tooth decay.

Long-term use suppresses the most harmful strains of oral bacteria, making a long-lasting change in those bacterial communities. Xylitol even has the ability to enhance the mineralization of the enamel. It is most effective in treating small decay spots.

What are the ingredients in Tooth Tissues?

complete ingredients are: Water, glycerin, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, hydrated silica, xylitol, xanthan gum, sodium levulinate, sodium phytate, and potassium sorbate. Sodium Levulinate is a corn derived preservative that is 100% natural and eco-friendly. Sodium Phytate is a rice bran derivative that is a stabilizer. It is 100% natural and eco-friendly.



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