Is your toothbrush safe?

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Have you ever thought that your toothbrush is full of germs; yes it is, when you don’t change your brush frequently and the worst thing than changing the brush is to keep toothbrush uncover that can breed more than 100 million bacteria. The bacteria that breed on uncover toothbrush can cause diarrhea and contain the bacteria that can outbreak skin infection. Don’t be surprised this is not exactly the epidemic that you can’t control. Your mouth is not germ-free so precautions are necessary.

What’s in your mouth?

Dentists in Winnipeg says that there are microorganisms in our mouths everyday that come across with the food we chew and eat. Its normal thing, the predicament starts when the number of bacteria increases in mouth this unhealthy balance leads to certain problems. Increase in bacteria means increase in plaque, means more yellow teeth, plaque in veracity is bacteria. So bacteria are clinging to your toothbrush every time you clean your teeth. Your toothbrush is the next abode of bacteria.

Could Your Toothbrush Be Making You Sick?

azadnegar_news_25302_1342939502_48318_InHere is every sign that your toothbrush can make you sick. We have no idea how many bacteria are living in our mouth and how many we are getting through toothbrush. But danger is always lurking on our head but this is not the case exactly. Our body has a natural defense system, the immune system protect us from any infection causes due to bacteria or from brushing from your teeth. City Centre Dentist suggests that toothbrush in our toilet and without its cover cannot cause any serious damage. So there is no good of being in depression that bacteria have the capability of causing infection in our mouths. But precautions are necessary to avoid any trouble or dental diseases so here are some tips and tricks to follow.

Keep your brush away from toilet:

k-bigpicNo doubt, toilet is the habitat of germs and bacteria and the toilet are adjoined to the bathroom sink where you place your toothbrush. Every toilet flush spreads a spurt of bacteria into the air and bacteria directly get in the toothbrush and the things which are uncovered. If you don’t put the things of your use near the toilet why don’t you place your toothbrush close to it? I think it’s the matter of consciousness to place the things of you use away from the access of germs. The general rule to keep your things safe is to cover them so where is your toothbrush holder. If you can’t eat anything without making sure that it is safe then why don’t you apply this thought on your toothbrush.

Tips:

After moving your toothbrush from your toilet here are some other tips to keep your toothbrush safe from germs.

Rinse your toothbrush:

After brushing your teeth, wash your toothbrush properly with water and keep it at safe place.

Keep your brush at dry place:

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Don’t place your tooth brush in moist location, because bacteria rapidly breed in this ideal environment. Place the toothbrush to dry place and can be dry between the intervals of brushing. Don’t use the toothbrush cover I will not let the brush dry so bacteria keep breeding in the moist.

Don’t let other people use your brush:

Don’t share your brush with your spouse or sister or brother. No matter how much close you are with them and don’t place your toothbrush with other toothbrush because Dentist Winnipeg suggest that here is every chance that germs sticks to your toothbrush so keep it separate from other toothbrush.

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One thought on “Is your toothbrush safe?

  1. Hi Hannah!!
    It’s really a good post. I have learnt a lot from it. I will recommend it to my friends. Hope they will like it too. Thank you for your sharing!

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