- May 5, 1999
It seems there is a new tooth brush every week that is better than the last one. Handle, bristles, A highly technical piece of equipment. I wonder if Bill Gates copied the tooth brush sales model?
I've also noticed that alot of them don't last as long anymore, in my experience, the Crest ones seem to last the longest for me.
I think they build them that way on purpose. It prevents germ build-up or keeps the bristles from degenerating into piles of gum-cutting goo or something. My dentist said they should be replaced every six months or so. Which really bummed me out because I can't find any-more electric ones with handles shaped like Godzilla.