Everyone knows the importance of brushing your teeth daily and attending regular checkups at the dentist, but not everyone considers the importance of their toothbrush.
– Your toothbrush should have soft bristles as hard bristles can damage your enamel if applied too vigorously
– You should replace your toothbrush regularly – either every 3 months, when the bristles are frayed or if you’ve been ill
– Make sure you keep your toothbrush somewhere where it can air and dry properly and not touching anyone else’s toothbrush
Also, a 15-minute soak in mouthwash will help to deep-clean the brush and bristles.
“When was the last time you replaced your toothbrush?”
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