The next time you’re in a rush, there’s no need to spend hundreds of dollars on a fancy toothbrush.
According to a study published by the Medical Journal of Australia, a new study from the Australian National University found that dentists are saving patients $15 on their dental appliances by making the same amount of money from the dental cleaning they do themselves.
“The key is to make the cleaning process as quick and simple as possible,” Dr Mark O’Connell, a dentist in New South Wales and a co-author of the study, told ABC News.
“There is a lot of information out there that says the best thing to do is to spend your money on cleaning yourself.”
The study looked at the cost of dental cleaning services performed in the year up to February 2016.
It found that dental cleaning costs Australians $1,908 per person per year.
However, the study also found that the average cost of cleaning a toothbrush is $2,200.
The average cost for a cleaning job at a dental facility is $9,000.
The study found that there was a $1.12 difference in the average price for cleaning and cleaning and resurfacing of a toothpick between two of the four major dentists in Australia.
However it also found the average costs of cleaning and repairing a toothpaste bottle and toothbrush was $936.
Dr O’Connor said the study was important because it showed the dental industry needs to be more transparent about the costs associated with cleaning.
“It shows that we’re still doing a really good job of paying for the work that we do,” he said.
“In some cases we’re doing a lot more work than we should be.”
There are also a lot less people getting dental services because the cost is prohibitive, and the only thing that’s available are dentists who don’t do the work.
“So it’s not the right way to go about it.
We need to be doing more to get people to get a dental cleaning and dental care, because we’re all in this together.”
Dr O’sonn said the best advice he had was to “just make it happen”.
He said that if you’re a dental professional and you have a tooth that needs cleaning, he or she should go out and get it.
“If you’ve got a tooth in a bad shape, if you have gum or a problem with a tooth, or you have dental problems, there are a lot people who are out there who don of course need to get help,” he told ABC.
“And if you don’t have the time or the ability to do that, then just make it go.”
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