Replace Your Toothbrush

Studies show that a new toothbrush is 30% more effective at removing the plaque on your teeth, so remember to replace your toothbrush every 3-4 months. Other times you should replace your toothbrush is if you notice the bristles are getting worn, which can cause gum damage, and after experiencing a cold or flu. Keep a watchful eye on children’s toothbrushes. Since they brush with uneven strokes, and even bite the bristles, they can get worn much faster. [1]

Stock up! Many groceries stores will have sales on your favorite brands of toothbrushes. Stock up so when you see your bristles going, you have a new one ready to go!

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Dr. Kim
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