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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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John Grbic, a professor of dental medicine at the Columbia University, said after cleaning your teeth, a toothbrush may contain 100 million bacteria.
1 dental professional-recommended power toothbrush brand in the U.S., Philips Sonicare is committed to creating innovative products that provide meaningful solutions and create positive change.
Called Possi, the toothbrush uses ceramic piezoelectric element inside the head of the toothbrush which turns electric signals into vibrations to transmit music directly to the user without external speakers, the official release noted.
[ClickPress, Fri May 10 2019] Market Research Reports Search Engine (MRRSE) has recently updated its massive report catalog by adding a fresh study titled " Electric Toothbrush Market - Study Offering Deep Insight Related to Growth Trends until 2027 ".
Mr Kilifi panicked when he saw his brother crying frantically for help with a toothbrush stuck in his throat."It was around 8am.
The team led by Dr Ramadhan Omar conducted an endoscopic procedure through which they retrieved the toothbrush that has been stuck in David Charo's stomach since Sunday.
Toothbrush can be contaminated by the water splashed hen
Students with open carious lesions, poor plaque scores (plaque index scores of >2), (12) severe gingivitis (gingival index score >2), (12) throat infections, irregular brushing frequency, as well as those unwilling to use a charcoal toothbrush, those using mouthwash and/or antibacterial toothpastes, smokers or those medically compromised were excluded from the study.
PS3.99, Boots stores PHILIPS SONICARE FOR KIDS ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH THIS Bluetooth-connected toothbrush syncs with an app to show children proper brushing techniques and track performance, and features a 60-day oral health education programme that also provides healthy eating tips.
* Replace your toothbrush or toothbrush head about every three to four months.
Lawrenceville, GA, April 24, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Leaving a toothbrush on the bathroom counter top or in a cup is not very hygienic.