Are you using the right toothbrush? Is there a better choice?

Are you using the right kind of toothbrush? Does shape and size really matter? When was the last time you replaced your toothbrush?
If you aren’t sure about the answers to any of these questions, you should read the article attached to find out.
Many people don’t replace their toothbrushes as often as they should- which is every 3-4 months at the most. Once the bristles begin to fray, the toothbrush isn’t really doing much cleaning at that point. If your bristles are too hard and stiff, you may be missing areas along the gum line and between the teeth. Stiff bristles can even make your gums bleed!
Please take the time to learn how to choose the right toothbrush for you, and when to replace it.


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