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When to Change and How to Store Your Toothbrush

When to Change and How to Store Your Toothbrush
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By brushing appropriately with a toothbrush, you can effectively remove plaque. Use a toothbrush with bristles that are not splayed, and brush gently to avoid damaging your teeth or gums, in order to maintain a clean mouth.
POINTS TO NOTE
  • When the bristles become splayed, a toothbrush becomes less effective in removing plaque.
  • Change your toothbrush approximately once every 3 month.

When to Change Your Toothbrush
When the bristles have become splayed, a toothbrush becomes less effective in removing plaque and it may also damage your gums. Even if the bristles are not splayed, they will become less elastic after long term use, making the toothbrush only half as effective. It is recommended that you change your toothbrush approximately once every 3 month.
When to Change Your Toothbrush
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Relationship between the Degree of Toothbrush Bristle Splaying and
Plaque Removal Efficiency
When toothbrush bristles become splayed,
it becomes difficult for them to make contact with
the teeth. In addition, even if bristles are not splayed,
they become less elastic after long term use, resulting in a reduction in the plaque removal efficiency of the toothbrush or damage to the gums.
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Handling of a Toothbrush
  • Wash your toothbrush thoroughly under running water after each use.
  • Shake water from the toothbrush and dry well.
  • Shake water from the toothbrush and dry well.
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