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Ahh, the bathroom warm, humid, and the likely home of the toothbrush.

The toothbrush has a magnetic attraction to bathroom germs, Dr.Tom Glass a professor of forensic sciences, pathology and dental medicine at Oklahoma State University in Tulsa, says "A toothbrush has everything a bug needs: it has food, it has water. And most people put it in a place where it's warm and damp, like the bathroom, so the bugs just go wild."

In three weeks you are likely to have as many as 1 Million bacteria growing on your tootbrush. In 3 months you are likely to have over 10 MILLION colonizing bacteria. Do you really think your going to get a fresh clean mouth with all that help?

There are 100's of varieties of bacteria, fungus, and yeasts found on toothbrushes kept in the bathroom. Some are recognized and some are unknown mutations.

Here are a few of the common micro-organisms and how likely they would be found on your toothbrush.

Bacteria Type % found on  Toothbrush


Health Hazards



Contributes to tooth decay, can cause meningitis, pneumonia, upper respiratory infection, wound infection, scarlet fever, produces a toxin that causes strep throat.



A normal part of skin has been linked to endocarditis which is inflammation of the inside lining of the heart chambers and heart valves




Diphtheria is an upper respiratory tract illness causing sore throat, low-grade fever, and a sticky mucus membrane in the tonsil(s), pharynx, and nose.



Opportunistic & pathogenic it causes urinary tract infections, respiratory system infections, dermatitis, soft tissue infections, bacteremia, bone and joint infections, gastrointestinal infections, and a variety of systemic infections

E. Coli


Severe stomach cramps and diarrhea. Diarrhea at first is watery then often becomes bloody. Nausea and vomiting.



Skin infections, sepsis-bacteria in the blood, pneumonia, endocarditis, abscess, boils, pus



Thrush, candida, long term immune system suppression



There were 100's of unidentified varieties of bacteria on the toothbrushes so your guess is as good as mine! MRSA is a new strain that is famous in hospitals. What's next? (This is S. mutans the cavity creator.)

Give yourself and your family some peace of mind with a self-sanitizing Silver Care toothbrush.