Oral Care Tips + The New Look of REACH Toothbrushes
It’s so important to maintain proper care of your teeth from a young age. Brushing, flossing and regular visits to your dentist are important to help keep those pearly whites looking and working their best. I’m a huge advocate of regular dental visits and of course, flossing and brushing. While it’s true that any brand of floss or toothbrush will get the job done, there are brands that are standouts in the industry like REACH. When I think of oral care brands, REACH is one of the top brands that pops into my head. My family has actually been using REACH brand products for a while now and we’re very happy with the results.
REACH has a couple of new toothbrushes out from their Complete Care Triple Angle line; the FLOSS and the PRO toothbrushes. Both toothbrushes feature a more ergonomic grip, tongue cleaners, triple angled bristles and a handy triple angled neck. The FLOSS version offers unique floss bristles to really get into those hard-to-clean crevices and the PRO version offers extra whitening and bi-level bristles for a deeper clean.
While both REACH Complete Care Triple Angle toothbrush styles are great, my favorite is the soft FLOSS toothbrush. The toothbrush head is a bit larger than I’m used to but I like that I can actually reach to the back of my mouth more effortlessly. I feel like I get a deeper clean and that my back teeth are cleaner. I’ve always struggled to keep my back teeth clean with other brands of toothbrushes.
At first, the soft bristled FLOSS toothbrush seemed a bit on the stiff side, more like a medium bristled toothbrush but after a few weeks of use it has gotten softer. My gums are very sensitive right now due to pregnancy so a soft toothbrush is a must.
Oral Care Tips from REACH
* Brush your teeth for 2 minutes twice a day using a toothpaste containing fluoride.
* Don’t forget to brush the inner surfaces of your teeth to remove more plaque.
* Help freshen your breath by brushing you tongue to remove bacteria.
* Floss between your teeth to remove plaque in areas where toothbrushes can’t reach. Un-removed plaque turns into tartar which can only be removed by a professional.
* Replace your toothbrush every 3 months.
* Maintain a nutritious diet – eat healthy foods and drink lots of water.
* Schedule regular dental visits.
Shop for REACH products at your local Walmart or Rite Aid store or visit reachtoothbrush.com/buy to find another store near you.
Disclosure: I received free toothbrushes to facilitate my review. Any opinion expressed in this article is based on my experience with the products.
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