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Toothbrushes

Toothbrushes

You only get one smile, so it’s important that you take care of it. Brushing is key to your oral health and to clean your teeth effectively, you need the right toothbrush. CVS makes it simple to purchase the perfect toothbrush for your needs with a diverse assortment of products that you can conveniently browse and buy online. Shop brands like Colgate and Oral-B, disposable toothbrushes, manual toothbrushes, electric toothbrushes, bamboo toothbrushes and more!

Importance Of Brushing

Not only does brushing keep your pearly whites shiny and bright, but it also helps prevent nasty cavities and keeps your breath smelling fresh. Plus, who doesn’t love the feeling of a squeaky clean mouth? Poor oral hygiene has been linked to a variety of health issues, including heart disease, diabetes, and even dementia. So, by taking care of your teeth, you’re also taking care of your entire body. So go ahead, grab your toothbrush and get ready to give your mouth a reason to smile!

Manual Toothbrushes

Manual toothbrushes have been around for a long time and remain a popular choice for people who prefer a simple and affordable option for their dental hygiene routine. Here are some things to keep in mind when considering a manual toothbrush:

Manual toothbrushes come in a variety of bristle types, including soft, medium, and hard. It’s generally recommended to choose a soft-bristled brush, as hard bristles can damage tooth enamel and irritate the gums

The size of the toothbrush head can impact its effectiveness in reaching all areas of the mouth. A smaller head size may be better for hard-to-reach areas, while a larger head may be more effective for larger mouths

The handle grip should be comfortable to hold and provide a firm grip for effective brushing. Some toothbrushes may have textured grips or ergonomic designs for improved comfort

Best Toothbrush For You

If you’re uncertain which type of toothbrush is right for you, talk to your dentist. They can give you tips about how to select a toothbrush that is in line with your oral care needs. No toothbrush can be effective if used improperly. Review the proper brushing technique with your dentist to get the most out of the time that you spend brushing your teeth. With so many different toothbrush options like manual or electric, travel toothbrush, soft bristle toothbrushes or hard bristles, smaller handle or bigger, toothbrushes for kids or baby toothbrush, you are sure to find a toothbrush that works best for you!

How Often Should You Change Your Toothbrush?

According to the CDC, you should change your toothbrush every three to four months. However, if the bristles appear to be frayed or worn out, it’s important to change your toothbrush immediately since it won’t be able to effectively remove plaque once it’s damaged. If you have an electric toothbrush, the head should be replaced approximately every 12 weeks. The same rule about signs of wear and tear apply, so monitor the condition of your electric toothbrush head and replace it sooner if it looks like it’s not in optimum condition.

How to Clean Your Toothbrush

To clean your toothbrush, start by always washing your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds before you handle the toothbrush. After you’ve finished brushing, make sure you rinse the toothbrush thoroughly with clean water to remove debris, then store it in an upright position and let it air dry. If you have more than one toothbrush in your bathroom, keep them separated to avoid the spread of germs, and never store your toothbrush near the toilet, as those germs can reach your toothbrush, too. To disinfect your toothbrush, place in a solution of 3% hydrogen peroxide or antiseptic mouthwash for about 15 minutes, then rinse it clean and let it air dry before the next use.

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