None of us intend to have poor dental hygiene, but the truth is, most toothbrushes are poorly designed, rendering them ergonomically ineffective. The shape of any toothbrush handle is key in facilitating proper brushing, especially when cleaning the back of their bottom front teeth (mandibular central incisors). If you are looking for the easiest and most comfortable way to keep your teeth healthy, use a Preserve Toothbrush! You will be able to “more” effectively prevent dental cavities, gingivitis, gum diseases, and bad breath.
Kids Preserve Toothbrushes
I have found when brushing a child’s teeth, a Preserve Toothbrush enables one to easily assist in brushing without any uncomfortability for the child.
“Preserve consulted closely with dental professionals to create a toothbrush that gets your teeth cleaner but minimizes your impact on the environment. The design includes a curved handle for those hard-to-reach places and a three-level bristle arrangement to massage your gums. And while the bristles are brand new, the handle is made from recycled yogurt cups. The toothbrush is completely recyclable through Preserve’s mail-in recycling program or Preserve Gimme 5 bins.”
Here are some ideas if you are having a hard time with the toddler’s oral hygiene, read How do I get my toddler to “brush” his teeth?
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