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Short Description : Oral-B Tooth Brush Sensitive
The humble toothbrush is widely considered one of the greatest inventions ever conceived – and for good reason! For thousands of years, humanity has used some version of this oral instrument to ward off bad breath, gum disease and agonizing visits to the oral surgeon. But what if we told you there was more to gain from twice-daily brushing your teeth? Like better health, fewer sick days, and the ability to read minds? All but one of those examples is true, and as you'll discover below, there's more to our daily back-and-forths and up-and-downs than meets the eye.
You know that fresh breath, clean teeth sensation we all get after brushing? Just like we avoid puddles after washing our cars, the same is true for snacking after cleaning our teeth. Not only are we generally reluctant to want to eat right away, but the threat of an ill taste from pairing toothpaste with certain foods (we're looking at you, oranges!) is enough to make anyone take pause. The best time to hit the brush and avoid snacking is directly after breakfast, lunch and dinner.