Tooth Tissue Review

My pediatrician recommends us to take out kids to the dentist by the age of one, but each time I have called any dentist they say they will not see children until they are at least TWO…. So that means that my children go at least one and a half years with teeth in their mouths, before being seen by a dentist. Then the other day I found this HORRIBLE and VERY SAD blog post about a mom who had to have all of her little ones teeth pulled because they ROTTED OUT. Granted, she nursed her baby to sleep all the time, which evidently they say not to do… but that still scared me to death. I looked around and found another blog post from another mom who had to remove some of her son’s teeth:( (http://teensntoddlers.blogspot.com/2011/02/must-read-for-parents-and-parents-to-be.html)
 I mean, I know that I don’t nurse my baby to sleep since she pretty much goes to sleep on her own, but I was still worried. So, I did my homework and looked up infant tooth decay. It turns out that infant tooth decay is on the rise. More children are going to sleep while nursing, drinking a bottle or juice, and their teeth literally rot in their mouth. It is sad, but true. 
 
Thankfully this is all preventable by wiping or cleaning the baby’s mouth after feeding. Tooth Tissues can help you with this. They are disposable, textured dental wipes that help remove plaque from your baby’s (and even toddlers) teeth, safely. They are all natural, fluoride-free and paraben-free, made with xylitol which is a natural cavity fighter.
 
I started using Tooth Tissues on my six-month-old and also tried them on my two-year old and BOTH did not mind them at all. Of course, my baby tried to suck on them, but I easily swiped her mouth with one and she was all set. (Only precaution is to beware of teeth, ha, ha, ha.) Now, even though we brush my two-year-olds teeth daily, it was nice to just grab a Tooth Tissue in between meals and know that we were helping her.

So, if you have a baby or toddler, I would really recommend looking into the Tooth Tissue
 
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For more helpful information about Infant Tooth Decay and other reasons you should use Tooth Tissues go to: http://www.toothtissues.com/tips/
To see where you can purchase Tooth Tissue’s near you or to order Online, go to http://www.toothtissues.com/

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  1. SAPsMaMa says:

    These would have been perfect when SAP had strep throat. we couldn't brush her teeth for fear the strep would infect her again via her toothbrush (she had it 4x in a row!) So we had to stop brushing her teeth, I hated it!

  2. I was not that great at wiping my son's gums. I think it depends on genetics too. This Mom's Guide (http://www.1dental.com/moms-guide/) has helped me think through how to help my son develop healthy habits and given me a refresher course on newborns since I'll have another one in just a few weeks here…eeek! 🙂

  3. Those are cool wipes. Will definitely try them when my baby starts having teeth. 😀

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  4. I have not brushed my infants teeth but my two and four year old do.. they do it then I "finish" up… lol… I know, I saw that mouthwash, cool, huh? I liked the tooth tissue because I always have it on hand, you know… quick and easy…

  5. Hockey Wife says:

    Do you also brush your child's teeth? Linden has been brushing his teeth (with guidance) for about a year now. He loves it. I'll give these wipes a shot if I can find them locally but the brush seems to do a great job too! Have you seen the mouth rinses for older kids that color the gunk in their teeth after they swish it around? Way cool!

  6. Everyday Rambling's says:

    I'm sorry to hear your pediatric dentist won't see you. Our does not recommend the dentist until 2 years old and my 2 older ones went promptly after their 2nd birthday! my 2nd son, even got 2 fillings on his bottom canines right after his 1st visit. This summer, my littlest will have his 1st expereince. I hope that all goes well when you are finally able to ge to the dentist. The tooth tissue sounds great even for my 8 & 5 year olds!

  7. I'm a new GFC follower through YOUR Tuesday Hop. Thanks for hosting!

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  8. Bernadette says:

    One of the reasons for the increase of infant and toddler tooth decay is the high sugar content of most commercial formulas, up to 50% in some cases. "Back in the day" I simply used a damp baby washcloth on their gums & teeth because we didn't have these nifty wipes.

  9. Hi! I'm a new follower from the week long blog hop! I hope you'll follow back!

    Thank you!
    Lyric
    http://www.fwmomtalk.blogspot.com

  10. Lacie (lnevans) says:

    These look great! I think that I might need to get some! I'm a new follower from the All Week Blog Hop. I'd love if you could stop by and visit!

    Lacie @ http://www.homegrowinghappiness.blogspot.com

  11. Shauna, I am conflicted… I hope that I am not the mom you are referring to (since my son didn't always fall asleep nursing) but at the same time it is so scary and horrible to have this happen to anyone so I don't want it to be anyone else!
    Because this issue is so close to me I am including a link to my nightmare… http://teensntoddlers.blogspot.com/2011/02/must-read-for-parents-and-parents-to-be.html
    My son is doing great…even though he is some teeth short. I got all kinds of comments on my post…plenty of crazy ones too…theres is one that sent me link proving that breast milk can't cause tooth decay and she accused me of inciting panic. Crazy crazy crazy!
    Our pediartic dentist has the kids first visit at age one.
    Please feel free to add a link to my nightmare in your review or to share it with your readers… I hope no one ever has to go thru what we did!

  12. Thisisme. says:

    Those tooth tissues sound like an excellent idea for little ones! My daughter took her little two year old to the dentist, and he told her to come back next year. What's that all about?!

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