Don’t use a toothbrush
with firm bristles.
Firm bristles can cause damage to the gums and the teeth. We recommend using a toothbrush with soft and gentle bristles.
Don’t brush for
Changing your toothbrush every 3 months is highly recommended. If you use the same toothbrush for an extended period of time, the bristles may bend or be damaged and they won''t be able to clean your teeth thoroughly.
Rinse the toothbrush thoroughly with water
After brushing your teeth, food debris and toothpaste residue may be stuck in between the bristles, which may cause bacterial growth.
Store each toothbrush separately.
Keep the toothbrush bristle side up and separate it from other toothbrush heads to prevent bacterial growth.
Dry your toothbrush thoroughly.
Humid environments can lead to bacterial growth. Store your toothbrush in a dry setting.