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September 2017
• Great Snacks for Healthy Gums
• Oral Piercings Are Not Good for Your Teeth
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August 2017
• How Intraoral Cameras Make for Better Oral Health
• Signs You Have an Impacted Tooth
• Soaking Your Toothbrush Can Help You Sanitize It


July 2017
• Use These Tips to Overcome Your Fear of the Dentist
• How to Boost Your Saliva Production
• Three Ways to Protect Your Enamel


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Soaking Your Toothbrush Can Help You Sanitize It
After brushing our teeth, we rinse our toothbrush to remove any residue, but that may not entirely remove residue on the bristles. If someone in your family is sick, you may also be wondering how to remove any bacteria on the bristles. If it's been less than three months since you purchased the toothbrush, you may be interested in sanitizing your toothbrush in order to remove any food particles, toothpaste, or lingering bacteria.

One of the easiest ways to sanitize a toothbrush is to use an antibacterial (or antimicrobial) mouthwash. Simply place your toothbrush into a small glass with the bristles down, full enough to cover the bristles with the mouthwash. Before brushing, rinse the toothbrush thoroughly, then use it as normal.





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