My sons allergies and asthma bless him with frequent colds and sinus infections. His dr recently brought up to me that I should replace his toothbrush each time. Seriously? They're like 2-4$ a pop depending on what character he wants each time. Do people really do this? We replace maybe twice a year plus the free dentist ones for in between if the bristles get icky. If he has a cold every month it's like ... 60 a yr on toothbrushes!?!?!?!?!? for just HIM?
I could be wrong, but can't you just sanitize them after he's been sick? Maybe boil it or something? Oh, btw- to the PP she said she replaces 2x a year plus the ones from the dentist in between. I do agree that the dollar stores usually have the "good ones", you might want to look into that and stock up a bit anyway.
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