By contactus
March 20, 2012
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Childrens' electric toothbrushes are recommended and are especially helpful with children that have not fully developed their hand dexterity. When purchasing any  toothbrush for your child, ask your hygienist and also check online to see if any new problems have been reported  with any electric toothbrush. Recently, injuries were reported from use of the battery-powered Spinbrush, sold by both Arm & Hammer, ( previously Crest Spin) .

 

According to a consumer safety officer at the FDA, reports indicate that parts of the toothbrush have broken off during use, causing them to be "released into the mouth with great speed, causing broken teeth and presenting a choking hazard."

Read more: http://www.fda.gov , Toothbrush Can Chip Teeth and Cause Choking

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