Brush your Teeth with the Right Toothbrush

the Right Toothbrush
the Right Toothbrush
Many people still fall prey to advertising gimmicks by toothbrush manufacturers causing them to go for design and color instead of ease of use. Similarly, many falls on the misconception that electric toothbrush is better than ordinary toothbrush.

However, electric or not, both toothbrushes are designed to do one thing - to clean the teeth, although electric toothbrushes do the job much simpler.

Here are some tips for you on finding the best toothbrush for your teeth:
  • Get a soft bristled toothbrush as they are more flexible than hard bristled brush. A soft toothbrush also causes minimal damage on the gums.
  • Make sure the handle fits your hands comfortably.
  • Choose a toothbrush that has a small head to make cleaning difficult areas much easier.
  • Choose an easy-to-use brush, whether it is a powered or manual toothbrush
Now that you've carefully chosen the toothbrush best for your teeth, brushing would be fun and encouraging. But a good brush is not enough to keep your teeth and mouth healthy.

Brush, Brush, Brush! (Rookie Toddler)
Brush, Brush, Brush! (Rookie Toddler)
VIOlight Personal/Travel Toothbrush Sanitizer
VIOlight Personal/Travel Toothbrush Sanitizer

Here's how to get the most out of your brushing:
  • Brush at least two times a day or every after meal.
  • Give enough time in brushing and flossing, ideally three minutes.
  • Use a gentle motion when brushing.
  • Don't brush just the teeth; brush the tongue as well to scuff off bacteria.
  • Replace your toothbrush every three months.

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