Is your toothbrush sitting on your counter? It has germs on it but it doesn’t mean you need to clean it.
The Cleveland Clinic gave 4 great tips for keeping a clean tooth brush.
#2 When in doubt, throw it out. The suggestions on when to replace a toothbrush vary according to manufacturer. Keep it easy and follow the ADA guidelines — replace it every three to four months, or sooner if the bristles become frayed. If you have a fungal, yeast or viral infection in your mouth, replace your brush at the beginning of treatment and again at the end.
#3 should be a no-brainer. Read the rest here.