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August 2018
• Is Crown Lengthening a Cosmetic Procedure or Is it More?
• Ways of Managing Teeth That Are Sensitive to Cold
• How Long Should Flossing Take Each Day?


Past Newsletters:

July 2018
• What Should Your Oral Hygiene Routine Include?
• Tips for Helping Crowns Last
• Signs Your Toothbrush Has Seen Better Days


June 2018
• Protect Your Mouth This Summer
• Should You Get Dental Sealants As an Adult?
• How Often Should You Change Your Toothbrush?


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Signs Your Toothbrush Has Seen Better Days
Do you know when it is time to replace your toothbrush? They say it is every three months, but that is not always a perfect way of knowing. For the most accurate determination, you need to look at your toothbrush. If you notice that the bristles are splayed out, this is a good sign for replacement. The bristles will also become more translucent in most cases. You want bristles that are straight and soft in order to get the most debris off of your teeth. If this is not what you have, it is time to invest in a new toothbrush or a new head if your toothbrush is powered.





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