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Although cosmetic dentistry treatments like clear braces and dental crowns can make your smile look great, nothing takes the place of conscientious brushing for good oral health. Changing your toothbrush regularly ensures that you’re cleaning your teeth adequately and may help to protect you from illness. Ask your dentist in Puyallup, WA for his or her suggestions about when to change your toothbrush. This video also offers advice.

In most cases, changing your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months is sufficient, but your dentist may recommend that you change yours more frequently if you have gum disease or another oral infection. You should also change your brush if your bristles appear flat. You can prolong the life of your brush by shaking it out after each use and leaving the cover of, so that germs aren’t allowed to fester on the bristles.