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Did You Know?
Tips & Tricks
Bamboo Manual Toothbrush - Crisp White is made 100% biodegradable material and comes with bamboo travel case. Our ecological bamboo toothbrush will last just as long as a conventional plastic toothbrush.
Your oral health reflects your total well-being.
Did you know that there are several methods of brushing teeth with a manual toothbrush?
The way you brush is very important — in fact, doing a poor job of brushing your teeth is almost as bad as not brushing at all. Take your time, moving the toothbrush in gentle, circular motions to remove plaque. If you want to know what is the best method for your brushing, we recommend consulting with your dentists.
For more information check out our Tips & Tricks.
🔍 Bamboo is the fastest growing plant on earth. Because it contains naturally-occurring antimicrobial agents, there is no need for using fertilizers or pesticides during its cultivation.
🔍 Statistics show that 23% of Americans can go on without brushing their teeth for two or more days 😰
🔍 Bamboo helped Thomas Edison invent the light bulb. Edison and his colleagues discovered that a carbonized bamboo filament in a light bulb could last over 1,200 hours. Up until that time, the other types of filaments did not last as long.
🔍 When you think of some of the strongest materials on the planet, does bamboo come to mind? If not, it should because bamboo actually has a tensile strength greater than steel.
🔍 Bamboo is naturally an antibacterial - bamboo and cotton were tested for how much bacteria they killed over a 24-hour period, and bamboo killed nearly all of the bacteria, while cotton did not kill any.
🔍 Bamboo shoots are a common food throughout Asia, and although not high in many nutrients, the shoots have very little fat and calories.
🔍 Pandas only eat bamboo, and they grow up to over 200 pounds.
🔍 Bamboo is a major oxygen producer.
🔍 Bamboo makes an excellent substitute for traditional wood from trees. It grows much faster and can be harvested anywhere from one to five years after planting.
🔍 Bamboo can grow up to 1 meter (over 3 feet) in 24 hours
🎋 Brush at least twice a day with fluoride toothpaste for at least two minutes, especially first thing in the morning and before bedtime
🎋 Be sure to brush your tongue to remove odor-causing bacteria.
🎋 Use tip of the brush to brush behind each tooth — front and back, top and bottom and up and down strokes.
🎋 Floss every day – usually at bedtime
🎋 Massage Not Scrub - Brushing your teeth should be like a massage to protect your teeth’s dentin and enamel. Going back and forth is like scrubbing and this can be harmful to your teeth.
Like a massage, you should brush your teeth in a circular motion with up and down strokes towards the gum line.
🎋 Replace your brush when the bristles begin to spread, as a worn-out toothbrush will not properly clean your teeth.
🎋 Replace your child’s toothbrush every three months, after a cold or illness, or when the bristles lose their shape.
🎋 Do not brush horizontally along the gum line – this can cause the gum to recede.
🎋 Make it a daily habit to floss or use an interdental brush to remove bacteria and food debris in between teeth and under the gum line. These can accumulate to form plaque.
🎋 Don't brush too roughly — use a gentle motion so you don’t damage your gums.
1. How often should I replace my toothbrush?
According to the American Dental Association, you should invest in a new toothbrush every three to four months. However, it is really depending on your teeth and brushing style. The best is to replace toothbrush when the bristles begin to spread, as it will not properly clean your teeth.
2. How should I brush my teeth?
There is no specific method that will fit to everyone's teeth. We recommend to consultation with your dentists to check what is the best for you. More information you can find in our tips & tricks section.
3. Do I need to clean or disinfect my toothbrush?
It’s not pleasant to think about it, but you do transfer bacteria from your teeth to your toothbrush every time you clean your teeth. You should follow a few best practices to keep it as clean and germ-free as possible:
● Rinse your brush thoroughly with clean water after every brush to remove any lingering food debris and toothpaste.
● Allow your toothbrush to air dry. Covering your toothbrush creates the type of dark, moist environment that bacteria thrives on.
● Don’t share your toothbrush with anyone else.
4. Does it matter when I brush?
According to the specialists, you should wait 30 minutes after a meal to brush your teeth, especially if you’ve eaten something acidic (like tomatoes or citrus fruits). The reason: The acids, combined with the brushing, can damage tooth enamel, leading to erosion and, eventually, decay.
Instead, drink a glass of plain water after a meal to wash away bacteria and excess particles, then brush a half hour later. Your teeth will thank you!
5. How Bamboo toothbrush have a positive effect on the environment?
Every year, more than 4.9 billion plastic toothbrushes, billions of straws and disposable plastic utensils end up in garbage dumps and various natural environments around the world. All this plastic takes about 500 years to decompose. Even when it does decompose, its chemical composition remains intact and the entire plastic substance remains in the environment for centuries longer. With our bamboo toothbrush, you are doing more than helping eliminate unnecessary plastic in the environment. You are changing the planet.
6. Is bamboo actually environmentally responsible?
Bamboo is one of the most environmentally friendly crops that exists today. For starters, it is not only a renewable resource but one that does so quickly. In fact, a bamboo plantation has a yield up to 25 times that of a forest. Bamboo does not require pesticides or artificial fertilizers.
7. Is a bamboo toothbrush different from a plastic toothbrush when it comes to cleaning teeth?
The quality of brushing remains the same, regardless of the type of material used to make the handle. Good teeth brushing depends more on the bristles, the head of the toothbrush, and proper brushing technique.