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Teethbrushes

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How often do you change your tootie-pegs toothbrush?

 

On the telly just now, an advert just told me to change once a month.

 

I believe them, of course, even if they seem to have been selling teethbrushes.

 

I think I am just once or twice a year, when I go/come back England.

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I use a very scientific method to change my toothbrush. Each time I buy a new tube of toothpaste I buy a toothbrush.

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Didn't Pie eater post a pic recently of some nicely cared for teeth....?

 

I change mine about every two weeks. Actually, my wife does it.

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You know what to expect posting that don't you Chriselle? ;)

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I was holding back in an effort to look like I might have some real friends (or something).

 

Anyway, enough of that silly nonsense

 

 

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Although I do of course brush my teeth twice everyday I still have some fillings not many but none the less I have.

My mother in-law brushes her teeth coumtless times but has lots of fillings.

A lot is to do with the genes your handed down.

 

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Change brush when the bristles start to feel too soft. Probably around 6 monthly intervals or so.

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I have an electric tooth brush, when the bristle colour fades, it means its time to change the brush head, so that is when I change it.

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when all the bristles fall out and I'm rubbing the plastic on my gums, I usually give it another week or two before changing

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Mine gets changed usually when I go out of the country. New one when I come back. Just seems to work out that way. Usually twice a year. Doesn't seem to be bad condition even so.

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