How we were tooth brushing or cleaning our teeth and mouth, 200years before?expect answer all over t
The first true bristled toothbrush originated in China at around 1600 AD. At around 1780, the first toothbrush was made by William Addis of Clerkenald, England. Addis, and later, his descendants, manufactured the finest English brushes, where the handles were carved out of the bone of cattle and the heads of the natural bristles were placed in the bored holes made in the bone and kept in place by thin wire. The natural bristles were obtained from the necks and shoulders of swine, especially from pigs living in colder climates like Siberia and China.
By the early 1800s the bristled brushes were in general use in Europe and Japan. In 1857, H. N. Wadsworth was credited as the first American to receive a toothbrush patent as America entered the growing toothbrush market. In 1844, the first toothbrush was manufactured by hand and patented as a 3-row brush of serrated bristles with larger tufts by Dr. Meyer L. Rhein.
by Vimesh Ummer.U 7 years ago
Is cleaning of our toungue with toungue cleaner while tooth brushing is good for our toungue?
by Adigun S.A 4 years ago
Why will the teeth keep smelling even after thorough brushing?Even after brushing thoroughly, the teeth keep smelling, giving out bad odour. the tongue was almost torn apart due to hard scrubbing with the toothbrush. what do you think might be the problem of such a person?
by JS Matthew 7 years ago
Is sharing a toothbrush with someone unhealthy?
by Madugundu Krishna 2 years ago
Neem (margosa) leaves paste is very useful in brushing the tooth. It’s repair the bad teeth?
by Prince Maak 11 years ago
According to An-Nawawi, tooth brushing is the verb and the tool in which we use for this purpose is called tooth brush, or tooth stick"miswaak".What Prophet Mohammad told us about tooth brushing: On the authority of Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: the Messenger of...
by Tymil 8 years ago
Why do some people have mouth odor even after brushing
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