Basic Guidelines For Electric Toothbrush Maintenance

Getting an electric toothbrush can be a great investment in the health of your teeth and mouth, as long as some basic care and maintenance guidelines are followed.

Key takeaways:

– Electric toothbrushes can accumulate bacteria just like regular toothbrushes, so hygiene is crucial.

– The toothbrush head should be replaced every 3 to 4 months.

– It should also be replaced if you’ve been ill or if you’ve been treated for cavities or gum disease.

Don’t forget to have regular cleaning treatments at the dentist office to complement your dental hygiene routine at home.

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