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The Best Way to Travel with Your Toothbrush

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The Best Way to Travel with Your Toothbrush

                                                                     Posted by Brushee Brand Publisher on March 24, 2016 If you plan on traveling in the near future, you’re probably going to want to bring a toothbrush with you. Interestingly enough, many people stress over whether they should pack their current toothbrush in case or buy a brand new one for the trip. At BRUSHEE we frequently come across people who choose to pack their current toothbrush in a plastic case. While this is effective, you should know that your toothbrushes bristles should be properly dried before placing it in any containment. Wet bristles in a contained area can become...

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So What Is The Best Time to Floss?!?

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So What Is The Best Time to Floss?!?

                                                                     Posted by Brushee Brand Publisher on March 23, 2016 Flossing is an integral part of maintaining healthy oral care. In fact, the ADA recommends we floss at least once a day to help remove plaque from between the areas of our teeth that brushing can't reach. This routine is absolutely critical to long-term health, and not only prevents cavities and gum disease, but also prevents tartar build up from un-removed plaque hardening overtime.   So What Is The Best Time to Floss? Research has shown that a majority of people floss after they brush. But we’re here to tell you…....

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Brushee’s - Top Tips for White Teeth

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Brushee’s - Top Tips for White Teeth

                                                                     Posted by Brushee Brand Publisher on March 22, 2016 Now we all know everyone likes their pearly whites! But unfortunately, there are certain habits and behaviors that get in the way of keeping those puppies how we like ‘em. See the key to keeping our teeth white, is enamel. Our enamel, which covers the teeth, is naturally white, However it wears over time, and when it does, it reveals a lower layer called “dentil” that is yellow by nature. BUT, there are things we can do to combat this! Refrain From Excess Coffee and Tea – Most of us...

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How Often Should I Clean My Teeth?

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How Often Should I Clean My Teeth?

                                                                     Posted by Brushee Brand Publisher on March 21, 2016 Ensuring your teeth are clean is the safest bet for long term oral care health. But the question we at BRUSHEE always get is, how often should I brush? And to be honest, that depends on the degree of cleaning. So we've provided some general tips for you to follow, but highly recommend you check with your dentist for their on insight on your personal needs, as well. Daily Oral Care You should clean your teeth with a nylon bristled brush at least two to three times a day. The...

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Treat Your Toothbrush Like....Royalty?

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Treat Your Toothbrush Like....Royalty?

                                                                     Posted by Brushee Brand Publisher on March 17, 2016. Brushing and flossing is by far the golden grail of maintaining proper oral care. But, if your toothbrush looks like a used sponge, your not doing yourself any favors. In fact, experts say that toothbrush bristles that are frayed and over used, are often ineffective at removing plaque. While this may seem like a minute detail, if you wish to keep those healthy teeth and gums in minty fresh condition, we recommend you listen up! Don't Cover Your Wet Toothbrush. Allow your toothbrush to dry before being covered. If you...

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