ersonal hygiene might be personal but the results are definitely not. While you may be brushing twice a day (well done), if you’ve been using the same toothbrush for 6 months, any effort you’re putting into your overall dental care would prove abortive.
The idea of changing your toothbrush frequently is not to make rich the manufacturers, but because there are some health implications associated with it. As a result, experts advice that you should change your toothbrush every 3-4 months. Although certain factors can prompt the need for more frequent changes, in the absence of those factors, the above stated is the industry standard.
Why should I change my toothbrush often?
- Toothbrush encourages germ build up and should be changed every 3-4 months in order to prevent infections
- If you’ve recently recovered from a flu,…