So … we all know whether you’re a pink or a blue toothbrush – BUT how often, do you change your toothbrush and buy a new one?
Whenever they have a sale… usually eery 1-2 months.
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I don’t buy them/
Our dentist gives out really good ones so Ijust wait to get new ones from him.
I have a couple of extras stashed away just for emergencies.
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I have to confess that toothbrushes are a special area of interest for me.
The official line is that one should replace a brush every three months but I replace mine more frequently. I usually have two toothbrush heads on the go – one for morning and the other for night.
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i have one of those with an indicator on it, so it gets replaced when it needs to be. i think it’s every couple of months.
At least every month or two. Whenever the bristles start to look bushy.
Every 4 months, when I have a dental check-up.
Every three or four months.
2- 3 months
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