BACTERIAL GROWTH IN TOOTHBRUSHES

This elegant hygienic toothbrush holder comes with two screws, two plastic anchors, the especially design-mounting piece and four premium quality toothbrushes. We recommended using toothbrushes with highly polish handle surfaces like those included to prevent water retention and bacterial growth on the handles.

The oral and upper airway cavities are the most common ports of entry for many infections caused by bacteria, fungi and viruses and the bacteria growing in your toothbrush are to be blame for most of those infections. Research has shown that if you let your toothbrush dry  for two to three days, the bacteria will die.

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Carol Miguel