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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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com) AFTER charging up your toothbrush, download the Oral-B smart app, then, connecting via Bluetooth, your brush will track your progress and prowess - if you're doing it wrong, the pebble-like wireless smart guide gives real-time advice.
49, varying by featured character and style of toothbrush.
The toothbrush should have a short handle that makes it easy to control so you know where the brush's head is and so it doesn't waggle about in your mouth.
It is also important to disinfect and to let your toothbrush dry between uses.
The Toothbrush Cover will help eliminate the potential for illnesses stemming from toothbrushes that have been contaminated with chemicals.
The prolonged use of a toothbrush facilitates contamination by various micro-organisms such as Streptococcus, Staphylococcus[21] and lactobacilli(Fernandez & Cesar, 2006).
The Global and Chinese Power Toothbrush Industry Report 2014 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global power toothbrush industry with a focus on the Chinese situation.
The company's pet project, Kolibree smart electronic toothbrush, touted as the world's first internet connected oral hygiene device is a brain child of Cessot and Thomas Serval, an ex Microsoft and Google employee.
Fourteen patients who were diagnosed with strep throat, 13 patients with sore throats without strep and 27 well patients ages 2 to 20 years were instructed to brush their teeth for one minute with a new toothbrush.
This was suggestive of a head of a toothbrush embedded in the tissues.
Summary: Studies have shown that there are around 10 million different types of bacteria which can grow on your toothbrush.