Oral Care for Child with Neurological Conditions
so encourage your child to develop the good habit of brushing two to three times a day.
A toothette (pink/green) or toothbrush or cloth
Use a damp cloth/toothette/toothbrush to brush
Teeth and/or between the lips and gums
At least twice a day
Preferably before and after feeding
Inform your child before commencing routine
Continue the routine 2-3 times a day even if your child is not oral feeding.
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