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www.implantsolutionsnow.net | 386-837-1236

You already know how important the toothbrush is to your oral health. That’s why you brush your teeth for two
minutes twice a day.

However, are you aware of how much bacteria lives on your toothbrush? Researchers have found that a single
toothbrush can have as many as 10 million germs and bacteria! But, don’t let this statistic scare you away from
brushing. These bacteria aren’t a huge threat to your teeth according to Everydayhealth.com, because its been
researched that these germs don’t make people sick. That’s because toothpaste is made with an anti-germ
component. www.implantsolutionsnow.net

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So what is your toothbrush trying to tell you to help prevent all these germs?
It’s important that you use your toothbrush correctly. Always make sure to rinse it in tap water and give it time
to air dry. Germs need moisture to survive, so as long as you give your brush enough time to dry before using it,
you should be fine. Make sure not to leave any toothpaste or debris in the head of your brush, rinse it well!
When you’re at home, store your toothbrush upright in a cup or toothbrush holder. This allows it to air dry,
which will help kill those germs. On the road? When traveling make sure to keep your toothbrush in a travel
holder, that way it isn’t rolling around uncovered and collecting bacteria in your bag. If you really want to be in
the clear you can soak your toothbrush in a toothbrush sanitizer or in mouth wash. Another alternative to kill
germs is dipping your toothbrush in boiling water for 5-10 seconds. Don’t ever attempt to microwave or
dishwasher your toothbrush, these appliances will damage your toothbrush!

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