Although some commercials state that it’s only necessary to brush teeth twice daily, this isn’t quite true. Ideally, brushing teeth after each meal will get rid of bacteria before it has time to settle in.
Should a toothbrush always be replaced after a bout of cold or flu? Not necessarily. If the toothbrush is more than 3 months old than it should be replaced. However, a new toothbrush can be sterilized with boiling water or a run through the dishwasher.
Did you know that every person has a unique tongue print? Just like finger prints, no two people have the same tongue print, that includes identical twins. However, scanning fingerprints is currently preferred to scanning and recording tongue prints.
Are electrical toothbrushes more effective than manual toothbrushes? Actually, No. Studies have shown that both of these types of toothbrushes are equally effective if they are used properly and if good brushing habits are followed.
Does it ever seem like you bite your tongue or the inside of your cheek constantly when trying to eat? Let us help you determine if this is being caused or exacerbated by an issue with your alignment.