Toothbrushes

Everyone knows to brush their teeth, but not many realize just how important it is to have the proper toothbrush and brushing technique. It is imperative that your oral hygiene routine is up to snuff or you may experience plaque build-up and painful cavities.

When it comes to selecting a toothbrush, you have to consider factors like its size and shape. For example, if the head of the toothbrush is too large, then you may have difficulty reaching your back teeth. A toothbrush designed for travel may have a shorter handle and make it uncomfortable for you to grip, which is why you want a rubbery grip.

These are just some factors to consider, and by reading the articles below, you will be able to get the knowledge you need to use the appropriate toothbrush and brush with great technique.

We recommend that you use an electric toothbrush to brush your teeth. You can also read our reviews of the best toothbrushes.

When Should A Child Brush Their Own Teeth?

When children are very young, there are many basic things that parents have to do for them because they are not yet capable of doing them alone. Tasks like eating, showering, or even using the potty require the help of an adult. However, in these examples it is clear...

How to Make Brushing Teeth Fun for Toddlers

Teaching toddlers how to brush and floss their teeth is one of the most important life lessons you can instill upon them. Unfortunately, most parents fail to make brushing a fun and interesting activity. Simply telling your children that brushing their teeth is good...

Is Brushing 3 Times a Day Bad for Your Teeth?

How often do you brush your teeth? Depending on who you ask, the answer can be drastically different. Some people brush after each meal, and with three square meals that means brushing 3 times a day. Others brush once in the morning and once at night. Some only brush...

What Is A Flossing Toothbrush?

For those who feel that their toothbrushes aren’t capable of cleaning effectively, enter the flossing toothbrush. A flossing toothbrush’s bristles are even longer and slimmer than a normal toothbrush’s, allowing it to reach and clean further between teeth and gums....