I have been using the rubber tip brush until Logan was about 13 months. He is now 18 months and I have the hardest time getting his teeth brushed. I let him hold it and we make it fun,we sing a little song, but at times I just think that he is eating the toothpast (the safe childrens kind). I have showed him how to do it by brushing at the same time as an example. When I hold his brush to help him he clamps down and refuses to open up. I don't want teeth brushing to be a negative thing. I know that his teeth are just not getting as clean as they need to be. Do any of you have any suggestions?
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