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Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved ToothBrush YOUR BABY LOVES New !! All English Package Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Trainer Set
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Baby’s Age6 ~ 8 months8 ~ 12 months12 months ~ 3 yrs Development of baby’s teeth 6 ~ 8 months: 2 lower front teeth 8 months: 2 lower front teeth 10 months: 2 upper front teeth 12 months: 4 teeth each at both upper and lower 12 months: 4 teeth each at both upper and lower 18 months: More milk teeth 24 months: Canine teeth Until 3 years: Total 20 teeth after growing second milk teeth Number of teeth 0 ~ 2 pieces2 ~ 8 pieces8 ~ 20 pieces Status of child *Toothbrush can only be inserted from front. *Baby is able to sit, hold a toothbrush and put it into the mouth on his own. *Baby can brush from front and both sides of the mouth. *Baby can brush from both sides of the mouth. *Child mimics the parents on how to brush. *Refrain baby from walking while holding toothbrush in his mouth. Lesson 1Lesson 3Lesson 2 Development of baby’s teeth
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Lesson 1 Introduction to tooth brushing to baby Product Features Soft elastomer rubber heads to sooth baby’s tender gums. Soft grip make it easy for baby to hold with palm grip. Safety shield is attached to prevent the choking. Designed shield with character to engage child’s interest to brush teeth.
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Lesson 2 Promote and retain tooth brushing habit Product Features Soft rounded head to soothe baby’s tender gums. Detachable safety shield to allow care-givers greater flexibility on determining the usage of shield. Soft elastomer bristle ends for gentle cleaning of baby’s teeth. Thumb and finger rest. Taking into consideration the transition grip period of baby from palm- grip to pen-grip. Also to indicate type of toothbrush -1,2 or 3.
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Lesson 3 Practice for brushing back teeth Product Features The extra soft and rounded- off bristles with thin brush head allows it to move easily into baby’s mouth while gently cleans baby’s teeth. Small Teddy Bear design. Cuter and more child-like. Bristles are made of DuPont Tynex Filament to ensure our commitment to good products. Longer bristle at tip of brush for better cleaning of back teeth.
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Lesson 1Lesson 3Lesson 2 For baby’s 1 st tooth brush, the concept of holding a toothbrush is introduced. Lesson 2 toothbrush is used as a transition to familiarize babies with the brushing movement when brushing teeth. When most or all of the milk teeth are in, your child is ready to try his first real tooth brush with toothpaste. Brush Head Milk Teeth Introduction to tooth brushing to baby Promote and retain tooth brushing habit Practice for brushing back teeth Product concept
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Lesson 1Lesson 3Lesson 2 Trainer Set Light Blue: Boys Light Pink: Girls Blue: Boys Pink: Girls Blue: Boys Pink: Girls Lime Green: Unisex Light Yellow Lime Green Light Yellow: Unisex Color *Lesson 1 & 2 toothbrush can be sterilized Product Range
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Lesson 1Lesson 3Lesson 2 Trainer Set Translucent gradient on plastic box Package Design
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved CodeDescription Qty / Ctn Outer carton Gross Wt Net WtM Training Toothbrush, Lesson 123 Set (L) x 202 (D) x 383 (H) 8.1 kg 5.0 kg Training Toothbrush L-1, Light pink (L) x 319 (D) x 205 (H) 5.1 kg 2.0 kg Training Toothbrush L-1, Light blue (L) x 319 (D) x 205 (H) 5.1 kg 2.0 kg Training Toothbrush L-2, Pink (L) x 319 (D) x 205 (H) 5.1 kg 2.0 kg Training Toothbrush L-2, Blue (L) x 319 (D) x 205 (H) 5.1 kg 2.0 kg Training Toothbrush L-3, Pink (L) x 208 (D) x 205 (H) 4.0 kg 1.5 kg Training Toothbrush L-3, Blue (L) x 208 (D) x 205 (H) 4.0 kg 1.5 kg Training Toothbrush L-3, Lime green (L) x 208 (D) x 205 (H) 4.0 kg 1.5 kg Made in Malaysia Product Information
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