How often do you make changes to your life? If it's going well, why not just coast, right? Wrong. As humans, we always need to keep growing and improving. Otherwise, we get stagnant and start to grow old. Here's a new idea - take a look at your oral care and maybe make some updates. Why? Because the mouth, eyes, and skin are windows into your overall health.
This month, I was fortunate to be able to try out a new type of toothbrush. If you've been reading this blog for some time, then you know that I like to try new things and I have actively experimented in the dental world! It's good to try new things! This month, I had the opportunity to use the new Mouthwatchers® antimicrobial toothbrush! Here is what the manufacture has to say about their toothbrushes:
- Eliminates 99.9% of bacteria that builds up on bristles in 6 hours with EPA- approved silver bristle technology
- Revolutionary Flossing Bristles™:
- long, soft bristles with 1 micrometer diameter tips reach areas missed by other toothbrushes
- Gets deep into teeth grooves and pockets for a superior clean
- Comfort grip handle
- PBT bristle material outlasts traditional nylon used in competitive brushes
Here's what I think about it:
This brush is noticeably different. The bristles are more dense and differentiated. The brush is supposed to eliminated bacteria (based on silver technology) but I have never worried or noticed anything wrong with my usual toothbrushes. What I liked about it was the function!
This brush really gets your teeth clean! It's almost like flossing - meaning it gets into the crevices. It doesn't hurt or irritate, but it really does a much more thorough job. Take a look at this head.It's bristly. Why aren't regular toothbrushes made like this? My teeth feel cleaner after using this brush and it does a great job on plaque. !I scale my own teeth (instead of having a dental hygenist do it) and I keep track of how much plaque I accumulate. I have seen it change from different toothpastes, supplement use, flossing, etc. I have noticed that this toothbrush does a fantastic job of keeping the plaque down. Why haven't toothbrushes been designed like this forever? Why have we all settled for garbage for years? This brush is a huge improvement and I don't imagine ever buying a "regular" brush again.
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