The Totz® Plus toothbrush tackles the tricky age of 3 years and up, when your tot is growing and wants to do things on their own. FDA approved and free of all the nasties (like synthetic dyes and BPA), its eye-catching non-slip handle is designed for your child’s growing hands. The super-soft bristles are tough on tartar and plaque, but easy on small, sensitive mouths.
Easy-grip for small hands.
We designed the Totz Plus easy-grip handle to accommodate the development stage when a child’s hand size increases but their mouth and tooth size remain the same.
- 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.
This was a great brush! My daughter really likes it. It was easy to use and for helped her with her grip. I would suggest this brush for transitioning toddlers.
Perfect size toothbrush for those little hands. Love how soft the toothbrush is. Would definitely recommend to friends how have little ones.
My granddaughter loved the toothbrush. The bristles on the toothbrush were soft. She was able to get in between her teeth without and help. I would recommend this toothbrush.
I like the idea of an ethical, sustainable company making toothbrushes. The toothbrush itself was unremarkable, but equivalent to other toothbrushes I have purchased in the past.
The children's toothbrush from RADIUS is really nice quality. It has an easy to grip handle and soft bristles. The brush head is perfect size for my 3 year old. He enjoys using this toothbrush to brush his teeth.
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