Oral Hygiene Advice

Improving your oral hygiene goes hand-in-hand with a healthy mouth. Small changes in your oral care routine can improve your dental health. Follow these dental tips to keep your oral care routine at peak performance

Improving Your Oral Hygiene Between Dentist Visits

Keep your oral hygiene in-check between dental visits to better fight off plaque bacteria, bad breath, and more.

How to Brush Your Teeth

Prevent plaque buildup and improve your oral hygiene with an Oral-B electric toothbrush designed to help you brush the dentist-recommended 2 minutes, cover every area, and brush with the right amount of pressure.

How Can I Keep My Toothbrush Clean?

After brushing, rinse your toothbrush with water, let it air-dry, and store it in an upright position. Avoid covering toothbrushes or storing them in closed containers, which can cause the growth of bacteria.

When Should I Change my Toothbrush or Brush Head?

Dentists recommend changing your toothbrush every 3 months or sooner if the bristles look frayed because worn-out bristles will not clean as well. Several Oral-B brush heads feature indicator bristles to help track replacement time so you can better maximize your oral health.

Benefits of Flossing

Remove plaque and prevent tartar buildup with the right floss—Oral-B Glide Floss is expertly designed to slide up to 50% more easily in tight spaces to deliver a superior clean.

Electric Toothbrushes For Superior Oral Health

If you’re looking for an easy way to upgrade your oral care routine, an electric toothbrush can offer a superior clean over a manual one.

Fun Ways To Teach Kids To Brush Their Teeth

Encourage good oral care habits early on, find the right electric toothbrush to help keep cavities at bay, and solutions to deliver a superior clean for growing mouths.