Pediatric dentists generally recommend that parents clean their toddler's teeth with a tiny (less than pea-sized) amount of toothpaste with fluoride. If your toddler loves to brush but does not know how to rinse and spit, then we recommend giving your child his or her own toothbrush with some fluoride-free toothpaste to experiment with, and then you follow behind with the fluoridated toothpaste.
What type of toothpaste should I use on my toddler?
Pediatric dentists recommend fluoridated toothpaste, but if your child is still swallowing toothpaste, let him or her experiment with fluoride-free toothpaste.
Does this answer your question? If not, Ask Bundoo.