Do Not Share Your Brush
Sharing a toothbrush could result in an exchange of bodily fluids and microorganisms between people.
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Storing a moist toothbrush in a closed container promotes microbial growth more so than leaving it exposed to the open air.
Rinse the toothbrush thoroughly after each use to remove any remaining paste and debris.
Get a New Toothbrush After 3-4 Months
Toothbrushes should be replaced approximately every three to four months or more often if the bristles become matted or frayed.The effectiveness of the brush decreases as the bristles become worn.
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WARNING: Microwaving or putting toothbrushes in the dishwasher is not recommended as such high heat may damage the brush.
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