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Eura Centre of Excellence Sep 25
even to discuss in and we need to define what we understand by that. a sold to be requires no . an used in cannot be regulated as one used in
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Midlands Dental Group Sep 25
Replace your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months, or sooner if the bristles look worn out. This is because a worn-out toothbrush may not work as well, not because it might carry more germs. Call us to schedule a cleaning: 402-332-2748
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Billy McKee Sep 23
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Smiling Oak Dentistry Sep 25
Remember to change your or toothbrush head after you’ve had a cold, the flu, or a sore throat.
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Lizzy Ashliegh Sep 24
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Fred Wong Sep 23
Brush your at least twice a day using a soft bristled .
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Beavercreek Dental Group Sep 24
Despite what you may tell yourself, one toothbrush won't last forever. It is recommended to replace your every three months or so. If you're an aggressive brusher, you may need to do so more often, as indicated by flattened or frayed bristles.
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Outer Layer 10h
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chomptoothpaste Sep 24
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Liviliti Health Products Sep 23
Many of us neglect disinfecting our toothbrush as often as we should. We have a quick and easy solution for you! Disinfect your toothbrush in The LIVILITI PAPTIZER to eliminate 99.9% of bacteria, germs & viruses in as little as 3 minutes!
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Swan Dental Sep 19
To keep your clean, we recommend rinsing it in clean water after each use, disinfecting it with mouthwash, hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, or vinegar periodically, and changing brushes every 3 months.
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Gum Disease, do your'e research Sep 19
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C4Tech 22h
Realme new electric toothbrush gets certified. RMH2012 is the M1 Sonic, so this could be the N1 Sonic launching in October.
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Real Toothbrush Deal Sep 21
From electric toothbrushes to replacement heads and flossers, we have everything you need and more! Check out our website and save tons of money by purchasing from us.
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Dr. J. Dubin DMD Sep 21
According to the ADA, the best way to keep a is upright in a container out in the open. This allows the brush to dry and air out. For best results, ensure your brush doesn't touch others and keep it at least 6 feet away from a toilet.
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Wanda Leong, D.D.S. Sep 24
Do Not Cover Your , Let It Air Dry. Think your toothbrush is clean? Our mouths contain bacteria, so keeping it covered or stored in a closed container might lead to problems. Let it air dry in a holder that allows it to stand up.
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Nicholas J.Hurley, DDS, PA Sep 22
: Let your air dry in between uses to prevent bacteria from forming.
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Steripod 19h
Major self-care Sunday vibes 😌​
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