Health News Article- Toothbrush Care
Article Title: The Ugly Truth about Your Toothbrush
This health news article evaluates your toothbrush and investigates when it might be time to get a new one. Your mouth is naturally full of bacteria, which only become a problem when an unhealthy balance of bacteria is achieved.
But how can you ensure that you are keeping your mouth healthy with your toothbrush? Below you will find some useful tips that can help keep your mouth at its best!
- Store your toothbrush as far away from the toilet as possible.
- Rinse your toothbrush after you brush your teeth
- Avoid using toothbrush covers which can create a moist environment for bacteria to grow.
- Keep your tooth brush upright instead of lying it down.
- Use your own toothbrush. Do not share toothbrushes with other people, including friends or relatives.
- Replace your toothbrush every three to four months. If you become sick, throw your toothbrush away.
Oral health is of the utmost importance to Dr. Jose Valenzuela, as is keeping his patients’ smiles at their healthiest. If you would like to learn other ways that you can keep your dental health at its best, do not hesitate to contact Dr. Jose Valenzuela. He will answer all of your questions about dental care and treatments available to keep your teeth, mouth, and gums healthy for a lifetime.