How do you select your toothbrush? When you go to buy a toothbrush, too many products will make your decision difficult.
First, start by getting recommendations from a dentist or hygienist.
Here are some general tips for you to find a suitable toothbrush.
Small Bristles and Well-designed Bristles
Select a toothbrush with small bristles and well-designed bristles to brush areas of your mouth difficult to be reached.
The toothbrush should be made of soft bristles that can gently brush the teeth and gums.
Remember to regularly replace your toothbrush to keep oral hygiene at a high level. Clinical studies have shown that a new toothbrush can remove up to 30% more plaque than a three-month old toothbrush.