You'll Want to Replace Your Toothbrush after You Read This Blog!
When is the last time you swapped out your old toothbrush for a new one? If it’s been a while, you might want to head out immediately and buy a new one. According to a blog posted by the New Zealand Herald, the toothbrush you’ve been putting into your mouth every day is probably pretty gross. It lists the microorganisms that are likely on it, including feces and herpes.
But before you panic and vow never to brush your teeth again, there are steps your dentist in Woodinville will recommend so you can protect the cleanliness of your toothbrush—and protect your own health as well.
Replace Your Toothbrush Every Three Months