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Dr. Brown's Infant to Toddler Toothbrush Blue

Flexible Body Is Gentle On Sensitive Gums, Comfort-Grip Handle Is Easy For Little Hands To Hold, Shaped Like An Elephant To Help Make Tooth, Super-Soft And Safe For Baby'S First Teeth

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BVR Rating 505 reviews


  • Equipped with a flexible body that makes it comfortable to use on sensitive gums
  • Features a comfort-grip handle that makes it easy for little hands to hold
  • Comes in an elephant shape that helps to make tooth-brushing time fun


  • Size may be big

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Analysis of 500+ reviews for Dr. Brown's Infant to Toddler Toothbrush Blue


BestViewsReviews analyzed 5,148 reviews for 20 products in the Children's Manual Toothbrushes category.


We analyzed a total of 505 reviews for this product out of which, 433 reviews were received in the last 6 months.


The analysis indicates that around 84% reviews were positive while around 16% of reviews had negative sentiment.

BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Dr. Brown's Infant to Toddler Toothbrush Blue


This product received a total score of 9.66 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:

  • Packaging
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  • Quality of material
  • Value for money
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Recommended age group
  • Design
  • Easy to use
  • Users of this product said

    My daughter still has no teeth, but we still use this toothbrush and toothpaste, it's been almost 11 months since she was 8 months old, so we can start brushing the gums and tongue at any age.

    The photos here do not do it justice, it is very cute in person, and it is easy for my baby to grasp even though she is only 9 months old.

    The brush is just the height of one of the toddler's teeth, and it's cute. I found a lot of other brushes for toddlers to be too big still.

    It is the second kind we have tried, and she loves brushing her teeth, but sometimes the bristles come out, which I don't think is great if swallowed.

    We ordered this when my daughter was 8 months old, and now 11 months old, but we still use it, because my daughter still has no teeth.

    Question & Answers


    Is it possible for the elephant ear to prevent the child from putting the toothbrush to far into the mounth?


    My daughter used the elephant ears to hold onto the tooth brush so it wouldn't go to the back of her throat.


    Is it easy to use this product?


    It is easy to use, but not the most durable.


    My baby hates opening her mouth wide, and some of the baby toothbrushes are so big. Is the toothbrush flat?


    It's not big enough for my granddaughter.


    Is this a hard brush like the toddler store ones? My toddler's gums are too rough on them.


    I'm not sure what the store ones are like, but this is the first one I've bought for my daughter and it feels pretty soft.


    What is the age range like?


    There are babies to toddlers, between the ages of baby to toddler.

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