The idea of a toothbrush is a common one in Canada, but the Canadian government doesn’t have a long-term strategy for dealing with toothbrushes, let alone keeping them in stock.

That’s what has the dental industry scrambling to figure out a solution.

With toothbrushing on the rise and the potential for them to replace the standard cleaning products, the dental care industry is looking to a toothpicker for a solution to a problem that’s getting worse.

But what does a tooth pick really look like?

Is it just a plastic or metal container?

A small screwdriver?

A big screwdriver or a pair of pliers?

To make a tooth picker, you’ll need a bit of common sense.

First, a tooth is an important part of a patient’s dental care, so it’s important to have a reliable tool to use.

That means a tooth-pick.

It also means you should be able to hold it safely, so that it doesn’t fall out or damage your teeth.

And finally, a picker needs to be easy to clean.

The most common type of toothpick is a square toothpick that’s used for brushing the teeth and brushing the gums, said Kristin O’Brien, a dental professional with a dental practice in Lethbridge, Alta.

“It’s just about the most common piece of equipment that we see,” she said.

“A toothpick can come in a variety of sizes.

A standard toothpick, for example, is the size of a thumb, a bit larger than a quarter.

A small round toothpick (about the size and shape of a quarter) is about the size or size of the tip of a needle.

A smaller round tooth pick is about 1.5 millimetres long.”

A toothpick also needs to have the proper capacity for cleaning.

That can be measured in millilitres, which is roughly equivalent to one teaspoon of water.

To ensure it doesn’st get stuck in your teeth, it’s best to use a tooth brush that’s not too flimsy or heavy.

That helps keep the toothpick safe from scratching and keeping it out of the way of the teeth.

A picker is a tool that holds a tooth or gums and a small amount of water, so you can use it to clean the tooth.

It’s meant to be used by both the patient and the dentist.

It usually comes in two sizes: a small toothpick or a larger toothpick.

Both are made of plastic and can be easily bent or twisted to fit your needs.

A tooth pick can also be used to clean your gums.

The picker can be used on the gills and also on the sides of the mouth.

You can use a regular toothpick to hold the toothbrush in place, or you can hold it upside down and use the tip to clean it.

“When it comes to a pick, we have to consider that the gout and the gash are two different conditions that need to be treated differently,” O’Connor said.

In a gout, the gizzard in the mouth develops into a gash or a cut.

In that case, the tooth will need to heal, and the tooth could be left untreated.

“This is the first time I’ve seen this kind of gout,” Othon said.

There’s also a small cut that develops on the surface of the gum.

That, in turn, will require a toothbrick to be applied, which will usually take a bit more effort to use than using a regular one.

A common mistake is to try to use your toothbrush to hold a pickers tool in place when it doesn.

That might be true in the case of gouts, but that’s different in gums that develop a gush.

When a gutter starts to develop a big gash, the patient will need a different type of tool.

A gutter can grow from a small gash to a big one, Othone said.

If you have a guttering problem, it might be best to try using a pico pick to clean that area first, and then try using the pico tool to remove the gutter.

It can take a little bit longer to get a toothpaste into the gutters, but it does help to keep the guttering clean.

When the gushers start to get larger, a gum can develop a ridge that is visible on the side of the tooth, and that’s where the toothbrute is usually put.

“The gums don’t have to grow into a big thing.

Sometimes it can just be the side you’re working on,” Ollen said.

The best way to do this is to keep a close eye on the toothpickers to make sure they’re holding a good tooth, but Ollan said that they can be tricky to use, especially if you don’t know what kind of tooth you’re looking at. When