I’m not an expert on hygiene, but I’ve noticed that when I brush my teeth I tend to brush my hands more vigorously, which may be due to my tendency to be more sensitive to environmental pollutants.
I also notice that when my teeth are freshly brushed, the lintier the bristles, the more my saliva contains bacteria, and I tend not to get much of the bacteria out of the brush, which seems to make my teeth smell better and more pleasant to the touch.
This is an area where you should really wash your brushes after brushing them.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the incidence of mouth lint is more than twice as high when the luster is removed from the brush handle as it is when the brush is used.
So, if you’ve got your brush cleaned after each use, you’re more likely to have less lint on your teeth than if you just washed your hands.
So if you’re washing your brush after brushing, try to keep the brush in the same position, brush it slowly, and do not rub it or scratch it.
This will help prevent bacteria from colonizing your teeth and make your mouth feel cleaner.
If you’re unsure of what to do, you can brush your teeth at home and see how it feels before brushing.
Brush your teeth with a toothbrush if you have a large mouth or if you wear a mouth guard and are regularly brushing your mouth.
You’ll also want to wash your mouth with soap and water before and after you brush.