Dental professionals recommend replacing your toothbrush every three months or sooner if you notice frayed bristles or have been sick. When you replace your toothbrush regularly, you ensure that you use a tool that effectively cleans your teeth and gums, and you reduce the risk of introducing harmful bacteria into your mouth.
When you have been sick, it is vital to replace your toothbrush. Bacteria and viruses can linger on your toothbrush’s bristles even after recovering from an illness. In addition, if you continue using the same toothbrush, you could reinfect yourself or pass the illness on to others in your household.
In addition to replacing your toothbrush regularly, there are other steps you can take to ensure good toothbrush hygiene. Rinse your toothbrush thoroughly with water after each use, and store it upright to allow it to dry. Avoid sharing your toothbrush with others, and never use someone else’s toothbrush yourself.
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