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Toothbrush: the manual one can also be innovative

Today, choosing the right toothbrush is no longer an easy task. There are many different designs of manual, non-electric toothbrushes.

How to choose a toothbrush?

The first question is the size of the toothbrush head. The general recommendation is related to the size of the oral cavity. Those with large mouths should choose a toothbrush with a larger head, while those with smaller mouths should choose a more compact size.

Also important is the hardness of the bristles. Dentists prefer to use toothbrushes with softer bristles. Soft bristles are definitely a good choice for people with sensitive gums or gingivitis.

When using hard-bristled toothbrushes, it should be borne in mind that their ability to remove plaque is more limited and, if used intensively, can cause more serious dental neck and gum damage.

Toothbrushes with heads of different bristle lengths can be used to clean the tooth and gums at the same time, as well as to massage the gum line.

The neck of the toothbrush can also be different, often with a curved design, but there are also toothbrushes with a flexible neck. These can also be made with a flexible toothbrush with a flexible tip. It varies depending on which design suits you best, and which one is best for reaching and brushing your teeth.

The handles of toothbrushes also vary in shape, with different ergonomic designs, and there are also non-slip handles. Comfort and practicality are also key factors when choosing a handle.

How often should I change my toothbrush?

It is very important to replace your toothbrush at regular intervals to ensure good hygiene. Not to mention the fact that the bristles of a toothbrush also wear out, for example, they can come apart over time and worn bristles can easily damage the gums.

Dentists recommend replacing your toothbrush every 8 to 12 weeks. More frequent replacement is necessary if you suffer from regular bleeding gums or gum problems, as bacteria can grow on the toothbrush and aggravate the symptoms.


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