But it looks clean, mummy – JD, 5
I like to think we all have a pretty good dental hygiene routine. We brush morning and night, use floss and mouth wash and change our toothbrushes every three months, as recommended by our dentist. But did you know that there are certain circumstances where you should replace your toothbrush even sooner?
Fancy that, eh? You can catch nasties, leave them on your toothbrush and then catch them all over again. Yuck! With winter colds already taking hold in our house, I think it’s time to buy some new toothbrushes!
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