5 Reasons Why You Should Change Your Tooth Brush Every 3 Months

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Hygiene

It can prevent decay.

It has been shown that replacing your tooth brush every 3 months can reduce the chances of you eventually suffering from tooth decay. The reason for this is that it will be harder to get into all of those little corners and between your teeth to get rid of all of that material that builds up and this is what can then lead to decay. You need a tooth brush to have strong enough bristles, or enough power in the case of an electric one, to remove the tartar, plaque, and sugar that is on your teeth or else there is very little point in cleaning them in the first place.