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Rembrandt Plaque remover replacement brush heads are a requirement for good dental hygiene

By Rebecca Blain

If you own a Rembrandt electric toothbrush, Rembrandt Plaque Remover replacement brush heads are a requirement if you want to be able to maintain good dental hygiene. As with any modular brush, having the bristles on the brush in good working order is very important if you want to be able to safely brush your teeth with your modular toothbrush without causing damage to your gums.

As old bristles can become very rough and frayed, it is important that you make certain you check the brush for signs of aging before you use it. Once you spot signs, you should make certain you purchase the required replacement heads so that you do not accidentally damage your gums.

As Rembrandt electric toothbrushes are fairly common and popular, purchasing Rembrandt plaque remover replacement brush heads is normally an easy task. Should you encounter difficulties locating the proper brush heads for your model, you should use a manual toothbrush like a Reach toothbrush until you have obtained a replacement. While a manual toothbrush is not as effective as a modular toothbrush, using the old bristles can cause a lot more harm and discomfort than good.

Once you have your Rembrandt Plaque remover replacement brush heads installed, you will need to make certain that you are brushing at least two times a day in order to get the most benefit from your toothbrush.

The best times to brush are right before bed each night, so that all of the plaque and food is removed from your teeth before you go to sleep and right after breakfast, so the built up plaque from overnight is removed as well as the left over food caught in your teeth from breakfast. If you do this, you should be able to have that bright smile that you deserve.

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