Bao Tea® All-In-One Toothbrush

Best Toothbrush | Universal Toothbrush Holder

After a procedure, our patients will receive a patented BAO TEA® toothbrush, tongue cleaner, and universal toothbrush holder!

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BAO TEA® All-In-One Toothbrush and Tongue Cleaner is accepted by the American Dental Association

At BAO TEA®, we know you want to be someone with a kissably clean mouth. In order to do that, you need to have the right brush to create an expertly clean feeling and attack bad breath and odor causing bacteria at the source. The problem is that the brush you have now is leaving out one huge part of the clean mouth equation: your tongue. You’re probably wondering, “wait, brushing my tongue is that important? Why did I not know this?” 

You’re not alone. Oral healthcare has become more focused on white teeth than a healthy mouth, which is why even people with the best smile can still have you social distancing. We believe you deserve to have a beautiful smile and a healthy mouth. 

We know how frustrating it is when you think you’re taking great care of your mouth but still end up in the dentist’s chair. Our founder has been in oral healthcare for over 15 years as an oral & maxillofacial surgeon, and she has cared for thousands of people with irreversible oral problems that were entirely preventable. What she saw repeatedly was that her patients were ignoring the bacteria hub in their mouth: the tongue. 

This is why she invented our patented bao tea all-in-one brush with a soft nylon bristled toothbrush on one end and a four-tiered tongue cleaner on the other, insisting that tongue cleaning is part of your daily routine.

All you need to do is ditch that old brush, get your all-in-one solution and create that kissably clean mouth. Buy your BAO TEA® brush today to stop undervaluing your oral health and start having the solution you need for the mouth you want.;

You brush your teeth daily, but are you using the best toothbrush? All toothbrushes are not made equal, and if you often have bad breath shortly after brushing, the problem might stem from your toothbrush, brushing technique, and tongue cleaner. The BAO TEA® toothbrush is crafted to be the best all-in-one toothbrush and tongue cleaner for fighting bad breath, surface stains, and plaque.

Why is Bao Tea® the best toothbrush The Proper Way to Brush Your Teeth?

BAO TEA® is the best toothbrush for bad breath because it makes it easy and practical to brush your teeth properly. Over 250 million Americans use a manual toothbrush, and the American Dental Association (ADA) maintains that manual and electric toothbrushes are equally effective when used correctly. So, to fight plaque and bad breath in your daily oral hygiene routine, it all comes down to your toothbrush and brushing technique.

Improving your brushing technique is the easiest way to ensure fresher breath, regardless of whether you’re using the best or worst toothbrush on the market. Following the correct brushing technique will make a substantial difference in the freshness of your breath and the amount of plaque you remove from your teeth when brushing. 

If bad breath persists, try brushing your tongue after you brush your teeth. And if you want to make your daily routine more efficient, effective, and convenient, consider using a BAO TEA® toothbrush.

I have been in oral healthcare for over 15 years as an oral & maxillofacial surgeon, and I’ve cared for thousands of people with irreversible oral problems that were entirely preventable. What I saw repeatedly was that my patients were ignoring the bacteria hub in their mouth: the tongue.

– Dr. Bao-Thy Grant, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon and Founder of BAO TEA®

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How are BAO TEA® Toothbrushes Different From Regular Toothbrushes?

If you go shopping for a toothbrush at your local convenience store, the odds are that there are at least two-dozen different brushes from which to choose, and most of them look the same. And any one of the identical-looking brushes can range from $2 to $10. So, which one is the best toothbrush for you?

Don’t get overwhelmed by the different products on the shelves. Often, the budget brush and the high-price brush are equivalent. But there are three things about your toothbrush to which you should pay attention: convenience, hygiene, and bristle strength.

Toothbrush packages all indicate the strength of the very-soft, soft, medium, or hard bristles. When it comes to the strength of your toothbrush bristles, the softer, the better. Stiff bristles are too abrasive against your teeth and strip off your teeth’s protective enamel layer.

A BAO TEA® toothbrush is a dentist-quality, all-in-one toothbrush and multi-tiered tongue cleaner. The BAO TEA® toothbrush has a minimalistic design, extra-long ergonomic handle, and a four-tier tongue cleaner. Each tier of the tongue cleaner features a unique brush and blade system. Opposite the tongue cleaner, the BAO TEA® toothbrush features ultra-soft bristles to protect your teeth enamel. And every two to three months, the white bristles slowly change color to remind you to replace your brush.

How do you prevent bad breath?

Bad breath results from food particles in your mouth and causing plaque to form. Plaque is a bacteria-rich sticky film that builds-up on your teeth and creates pockets under your teeth and gums. Poor oral hygiene and dry mouth produce a build-up of plaque that leads to bad breath, tooth root, and gum disease. 

After flossing, you might prefer to rinse your mouth with water before brushing your teeth. Do not use mouthwash before brushing your teeth. The mouthwash temporarily makes your teeth’ enamel vulnerable to abrasion. For the maximum benefit, use mouthwash after brushing your teeth. Swish the mouthwash for 30 seconds, then gargle the mouthwash for 30 seconds. Do not eat or drink anything for at least 30 minutes after rinsing with mouthwash. 

Stay hydrated with clear liquids to avoid dry mouth and excess plaque growth. Ensure your oral health is in good standing by keeping up with regular visits to your dentist at least every six months. Call our office to schedule a consultation and get the best toothbrush for fighting bad breath.