Youth Manual Toothbrush
Youth Manual Toothbrush $4.99
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Power Toothbrush
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Yearly Supply of the Adult Manual Toothbrush (Shipped to you every 3 months.)
Yearly Supply of the Adult Manual Toothbrush (Shipped to you every 3 months.) $18.99
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A Better Toothbrush for Better Health
Mouth Watchers was founded by Dr. Ronald Plotka, a renowned Boston area dentist.  His 40 year passion for offering his patients the best oral care possible led him on a quest for a toothbrush that would truly benefit their health.  A unique combination of antimicrobial* and dual layered flossing bristles™ provides the patient with THE optimal brushing experience.  The number one compliment we receive from consumers using our super toothbrush is:  “it feels like I just had a professional dental cleaning”.  This is high praise for a toothbrush.  (Learn more)


When should you change your Toothbrush?

May 13, 2015

Did you know that most Americans only switch to a new toothbrush once or twice a year? When in fact, the ADA (American Dental Association) recommends to replace your toothbrush (or brush head if you use an electric one) every 3 months. Indeed, many dental professionals will confirm that time frame as well: 3 months sounds like the proper time to get yourself a new brush. So… Say good bye to that baby and pamper yourself with a brand new shiny one :) A common mistake is to think you need to change your toothbrush because of germ build-up. In reality, it is more because of the wear of the bristles: each brushing will break down the bristles a bit more and they will slowly (but surely!)...

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South Africa… A Lion… and… A tooth story!

April 28, 2015

Yes, because animals too, suffer from tooth decay, tooth loss and toothaches. Except that they don’t get to floss and brush their teeth everyday like you (because you do floss your teeth everyday, right? Well, if you don’t, take a break reading this and GO FLOSS silly). Hey, I said GO FLOSS. No seriously, it’s super important. Some hygienists will even argue it’s more important than brushing. So get in there. (I just Googled it for the fun of it and found over 240,000 articles that agree :0 But to come back to my pet story: yes, animal too get all sorts of dental problems. Like we do. And if a bee with no teeth (I take bee as an...

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