CHOOSING THE RIGHT TOOTHBRUSH

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CHOOSING THE RIGHT TOOTHBRUSH

·       Most dentists agree that a soft-bristled brush is best for removing plaque and debris from your teeth. Small-headed brushes are also preferable since they can reach all areas of the mouth, including hard-to-reach back teeth.

·       When it comes to the type of handle (such as non-slip grip or flexible neck), the shape of the head (tapered or rectangular),and style of bristles (such as rippled, flat, or trimmed to a dome shape), pick whatever is most comfortable for you. The best toothbrush is one that fits your mouth and allows you to reach all teeth easily.

·       For many, a powered toothbrush is a good alternative. It can do a better job of cleaning teeth, particularly for those who have difficulty brushing or who have limited manual dexterity.

·      Most dental professionals agree that a soft-bristled brush is best for removing plaque and debris from your teeth. Small-headed brushes are also preferable since they can better reach all areas of the mouth, including hard-to-reach back teeth.

·      When it comes to the type of handle (such as a non-slip grip or flexible neck), the shape of the head (tapered or rectangular) and style of bristles (such as rippled, flat, or trimmed to a dome shape), pick whatever is most comfortable for you. The best toothbrush is one that fits your mouth and allows you to reach all teeth easily.

·      For many, a powered toothbrush is a good alternative. It can do a better job of cleaning teeth, particularly for those who have difficulty brushing or who have limited manual dexterity.

How Often Should I Replace My Toothbrush?

You should replace your toothbrush when it begins to show wear, or every three months, whichever comes first. It is also very important to change toothbrushes after you’ve had a cold or any kind of viral disease since the bristles can collect germs that can lead to reinfection.

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