Posted on 8/23/2016 by Brandon Cooley
|The right kind of toothbrush can make a significant difference. It's size, shape, bristle strength, electric, manual, are all important questions.
Different variations of toothbrushes have existed for over 5000 years, their need recognized very early in history. Your dentist does have an opinion, and here are some things you should look for:
When purchasing a toothbrush, be sure to note that it has be ADA approved. The American Dental Association has tried and tested toothbrushes for you and puts their stamp of approval of those they find effective. The best advice is to find the brush that you are willing to use frequently and replace often.
Please contact us if you have any questions about your oral health.