Should You Replace Your Toothbrush Every 3 Months?


Staring at your toothbrush, you notice it looks a little frayed and discolored. You wonder if you should pick up a new one the next time you’re at the store, but you don’t write it on your grocery list or add it to your Amazon shopping cart. What’s the worst that could happen from using an old toothbrush anyway, right?

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Choosing a Toothbrush that’s Right for You

Walking down the toothbrush aisle of any store can be confusing. Hundreds of toothbrushes are displayed, all claiming they are the best for you teeth but which one is actually the best for your pearly whites? Finding the right toothbrush for your mouth and dental needs can be frustrating when every item looks the same. Consider the toothbrush differences listed below to choose a toothbrush that will help keep your smile perfect.

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Keeping Your Teeth Healthy in Between Dental Visits

If you’re like most people then you probably spend most of your time away from the dentist office and out enjoying life. In fact, you most likely don’t spend much time thinking about your teeth at all, maybe a total of five minutes a day while you are getting ready for the day in the morning or at night when you’re getting ready for bed.

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Preventing Cavities 101

Your sweet tooth is calling. It’s begging for another handful of chocolaty treats. You try to resist, but it’s your favorite. You think, “It won’t be too bad to have another handful, right? What’s the worst that can happen?” You cave and grab another helping, and as you do you think, “I’ll work out extra tomorrow.” Well, we’re going to give you some reasons why your figure isn’t the only thing you should be worried about when you eat those sugary treats.       

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