Keeping A Clean Toothbrush Routine

Keeping A Clean Toothbrush Routine
Keeping a CLEAN
TOOTHBRUSH ROUTINE
Keep your brush in its
OWN HOLDER to prevent
cross-contamination.
If you brush in the
SHOWER, consider
brushing over the
sink instead. Water
can spread germs
from the shower
head to your mouth.
If possible, brush at
least 6 FT away from
the toilet. Bacteria
from the toilet can
get into your mouth.
A SQUEAKY CLEAN SESSION:
WASH
BRUSH
your hands before
you touch your brush.
for 2 minutes with a
fluoride toothpaste.
your toothbrush to
remove food debris.
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Do not store your brush in a
CLOSED CAP
or container. Bacteria thrive
in a moist setting.
RINSE
DENTAL
DON’TS:
Never
your toothbrush. You can
easily transfer germs
and illnesses.
MICROWAVE
Never use the
to sanitize your toothbrush. The heat damages
your brush and doesn’t disinfect it.
Replace YOUR
TOOTHBRUSH...
every
3
months
when bristles start to
after you’ve been
FRAY
SOURCES
http://oralhealth.deltadental.com/Search/22,OralFF1
http://www.cdc.gov/oralhealth/infectioncontrol/factsheets/toothbrushes.htm
http://www.ada.org/en/about-the-ada/ada-positions-policies-and-statements
http://bit.ly/UzUEg5
http://fxn.ws/1xKLTCj
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