Perhaps you have a toothbrush that is flattened out after a few months of use?
Most people think this is a sign telling them that it's time to replace the toothbrush. In fact, it is telling you something quite different: that you are using way too much pressure when you brush.
You want to brush so lightly that in six months, your toothbrush looks just like it did the day you bought it, rather than a squashed version of its former self. The perfect recommendation is to use two types of toothbrush - manual & electric.
The electric toothbrushes are great for learning how to change your brushing habits by introducing you to places in your mouth you did not know you could reach. There isn't a big difference between the the high-priced models and the inexpensive models.
Ensure you purchase one that has a round head so that you can reach challenging areas behind the back and front teeth. Always use a soft-headed toothbrush, both electric and manual.
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