Totz is specially designed for small teeth and gums, so your tot has fun brushing while learning how to take control of their own oral health from the start. Certified by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Totz is gentle yet effective and totally free of harmful chemicals like BPA and synthetic dyes. Thanks to its cool colors and eye-catching sparkles, it’s a guaranteed winner with kids 18 months and older.
Easy-grip for small hands.
After extensive research and feedback from parents and children just like you, the easy-to-hold handle fits just as effortlessly in your toddler’s hand as it does in yours. And it looks pretty awesome, too, so brushing is as fun as it is effective.
- dentist recommended
“It’s fun and softer on your mouth so you're going to have a better brushing experience.”
- — Dr. Deborah Ann Klotz
“This is what they do. They make toothbrushes. And they do it superior to other toothbrush manufacturers.”
- — Dr. Robert L. Schlossberg
“It’s fun and softer on your mouth so you're going to have a better brushing experience.”— Dr. Deborah Ann Klotz
“This is what they do. They make toothbrushes. And they do it superior to other toothbrush manufacturers.”— Dr. Robert L. Schlossberg
What people are saying.
We graduated from the Pure Brush and the transition was seamless for our little guy!! It does not seem to be to rough or too soft for his gums.
Very cute brush and perfect for a toddler. My grandson loves to brush his teeth!!
I like the design of this toothbrush for my baby , the bristles are way softer than the ones from colgate. I'm surprised at how good my baby's teeth get cleaned.
I was struggling to get my 1 year old son to let me brush his teeth. We have been brushing since he was months old, but as he got older he started to hate it. I researched A LOT of brushes. So many searches came back with electric, but that's not reccommended until a child is 3 yrs. old. I came across Radius and thought the shape and size would be good for him. I also thought the price was resonable. He LOVES it! No more struggling to brush his teeth, he actually opens his mouth as soon as he sees the toothbrush :) Thank you!