2. Swap Toothbrush
Most of us are guilty of using a toothbrush long past its prime. As the bristles wear down and become frayed, we may feel the need to brush harder in order to achieve our desired cleanliness.
But toothbrush abrasion is one of the leading causes of damage to enamel. To avoid this, the Oral Health Foundation recommends replacing a toothbrush every two to three months, as well as using one that has soft- to medium-bristles.