REPLACE A CHILD’S TOOTHBRUSH IMMEDIATELY AFTER ANY ILLNESS 🤒🦷🪥
Why Is Changing A Toothbrush Important?
Here are a couple more details
•If your child has a bacterial infection, they could get re-infected with a toothbrush.
If your child has strep throat, a colony of streptococcal bacteria might end up on their toothbrush and remain there long enough to give them a second case, even after you have administered a course of antibiotics. This can be the same for many other illnesses, including COVID-19
•If your child has a viral infection, their body develops antibodies that make the likelihood of reinfection very low. However, it is still recommended to change their toothbrush-just to be safe.
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