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


Past Newsletters:

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


May 2018
• Does a Hard Bristle Toothbrush Get Your Teeth Cleaner?
• Do You Brush for the Right Amount of Time?
• Most Common Cosmetic Dental Procedures to Get Before Summertime


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July 2017

How Often Should You Change Your Toothbrush?
Do you regularly change out your toothbrush, or the head of your electric toothbrush? If not, you may not be doing everything you can to keep your teeth clean. Your toothbrush should be changed out everything three months on average, but there are times where you need to change it out sooner. If you have cold sore breakout, then you need to change your toothbrush once the medication starts to cure the breakout. The same goes if you get diagnosed with a contagious disease, such as strep. It is best to get another toothbrush than risk infecting yourself all over again, even if you have not gotten to the three-month mark.



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