Currency : £

For news, views, special offers & life-changing ideas, register here.

Blotting Brushes:  MiniBlots

 

The MiniBlot is a Blotting Brush for infants and children that can also be used by adults with a specific need for this smaller brush head.

We recommend ‘blotting’ children’s teeth and gums from an early age with the ‘MiniBlot’. This is easy to do and will stop them from developing inappropriate brushing techniques. 

No toothpaste is required for this process.

The bristles used by the MiniBlot are the same capillary-action bristles as used by the Blotting Brush. These are designed to draw out plaque from the teeth and gum areas.  The Blotting Brush is a 4 row, 41 tuft slender head; the MiniBlot is a 4 row, 25 tuft slender head.

• You can start to blot your baby’s gums with the Mini Blot or even let your baby have a go themselves as long as you supervise them. This establishes blotting as part of their hygiene routine.

• Remember the Blotting Technique requires no toothpaste. Just start blotting your baby’s teeth as the first milk tooth breaks through (usually at around six months, although this can vary).

• Blot your child’s teeth and gums for a few minutes twice a day, once just before bedtime and at least one other time during the day.

• Supervise blotting until your child is competent on his or her own

The bristles used by the MiniBlot are the same capillary-action bristles as used by the Blotting Brush. These are designed to draw out plaque from the teeth and gum areas.  

Due to the popularity of The Blotting Technique we have opened a separate website where you can purchase them directly: ToothWizards
 
 
Blotting Technique film clip
This film was nearly lost in the archives after Dr Phillips died in 2003.  First time users of the Blotting Brushes should wtch the film clip so they comprehensively understand the Blotting Technique.  It is also worth watching every six months or so as a reminder.
 
Note: The film clip is a copy of Dr Phillips’ original film.  It was originally produced during the 1970’s so the hairstyles and clothing may appear somewhat dated.   The technique itself is vitally important and this is conveyed very well.  Narration is by Dr Phillips himself.

Categories

Cart  

No products

£ 0.00 Shipping
£ 0.00 Total

Cart Checkout