Do You Change Toothbrush Every Month?

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  1. Beast_Titan

    Beast_TitanActive Member

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    If you are a person who changes toothbrush monthly, Subscribing for an oral-b tooth brush could be good for you because they sell an expensive brand like oral b for a cheaper price together with a package of a dental kit.

    They have a promo where your first month of subscription is for free!:

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  2. Krissttina Isobe

    Krissttina IsobeWell-Known Member

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    Thank you for the information! I like to brush with battery run toothbrush and use Sensodyne or ProNamel toothpaste. I use 3D Crest Whitening Toothpaste at times though they are expensive, so I buy them on sale mostly. I buy Oral B battery operated toothbrush that goes on sale about every other month at our drug stores on Oahu for 4.99. I had coupons from time to time that I clip from the newspapers so I can save even more money. I use my toothbrush till it's all fizzled or it breaks. I buy a spare one for their sales are often, so I'll always have a toothbrush to brush my teeth with. I sometimes drink coffee when I finished my nightly brushing, so I get Pepsodent that is so cheap going for .89 or .99 on sale, to brush after coffee. I went a couple of weeks ago for teeth cleaning and I'm a Senior Citizen & the hygienist said I've very strong teeth.
     
  3. Jasmin Cottontail

    Jasmin CottontailActive Member

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    Not long ago, we used to change our toothbrushes once the bristles are frayed and that usually takes 5-7 months. Now, we change our toothbrush every 3 months since most dentists recommend so and simply because of hygienic purpose. Our toothbrush can get dirty overtime so it's really necessary to change them regularly.
     
  4. Nakitakona

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    There are lots of promos on dental or toothbrushes with some addition kits or accessories. But I never take advantage of that promo or of changing my toothbrush. I am just only compelled to change it when it is already deformed. That means, I change it only in a case to case basis. But for our kids, we change their toothbrush every quarter.
     
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    @Beast_Titan@Beast_Titan This information is highly appreciated this will sure save us some money which I am always looking forward to. Now that I think about I don't change my toothbrush as often as I have to. I try to change it every 3 months but sometimes I forget and change it after 5 months. Maybe discounts will motivate me more to do what I must do.
     
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  6. dane

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    This is the first time I'm hearing that you need to change your toothbrush every month. For some reason I had it in my head that you're supposed to change it twice a year unless if the bristles start to get damaged. I guess I wasn't listening when the dentist told me that part. I will start making sure that I change mine at least every couple of months.
     
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    So am i, as far as i'm concerned, you are required to change your toothbrush once every 3 months, and there is no actual or rather a trustworthy study that says otherwise.
     
  8. Shine_Spirit

    Shine_SpiritActive Member

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    No, I usually change (but not always... because sometimes I don't think it' necessary) my toothbrush every 3 months by my dentist's recomendation. Before, I only used to change every 6 months.