How To Take Good Care Of Your Toothbrush
Toothbrushes can help keep your smile healthy as long as some basic care and use rules are followed.
– To prevent bacterial build up, replace your toothbrush every 4 months or sooner if you have been treated for conditions affecting teeth or gums
– Never share toothbrushes, not even with family members
– Try not to keep your toothbrush exposed to humidity as that breeds bacteria; store in an open-air space instead
Also, a 15-minute soak in mouthwash will help to deep-clean the brush and bristles.
If you have questions, your dentist is a great source of information on all topics related to dental care and oral health.
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