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Brush Your Teeth - Tips For Healthier And Brighter Teeth

by:Boom Home     2020-07-15
There are many reasons why you should brush your teeth: it gets rid of food particles, massages and keeps your gums clean, helps to get rid of plaque that causes decay, and makes your breath fresh. While brushing may not be the answer for all your dental problems, it is an essential shield that can help fight decay, periodontal disease, and gingivitis. Most people brush every day, but it is good idea to get a reminder on how to do it, because the correct technique is as vital as other cleaning routines. Choose a regimen and adhere to it daily. Establishing a proper technique and routine of brushing your teeth can help a great deal in preventing gum disease and dental caries. Always start by brushing the same place in the mouth. This way you ensure that every part of the mouth is cleaned every time. Starting on your molars is a good idea. Since it is a hard-to-reach place, you will have to spend more time there and give it attention as well. Lightly press with your brush at a 45 degree angle. Brush the gums and front of your teeth back and forth for a few seconds. Using the same technique more around your mouth slowly until you get to the other side. Be careful especially with your gum line, as gingivitis affects this area. Once you reached the opposite side, change the angle of your brush and place it on the back of your teeth and gums and brush your way to back to the where you began, using the same motion as before. Next, swiftly brush along the chewing surface or top face of your teeth. Next, complete the process by brushing the teeth you have not brushed. Lastly, don't neglect your tongue or the roof of the mouth. Damaging bacteria which cause plaque can hide out there. And lastly rinse out your mouth. Should you use the latest in technology? There are several scientifically designed brushes available, both manual and electronic, with each promising to get rid of plaque more than any other brush. Don't be fooled by cheap talk. If you want the latest technological brush be sure to check you can comfortably use it first. The brush should also be able to reach places where your older brush could not. Seek expert advice. Check with your dentist if you are thinking of trying a new type of brush. You might even be given samples to try. Choose a toothbrush with soft bristles. You should select a brush that is up to the proper standard. If for any reason you can't use a manual brush, an electric toothbrush is definitey worth trying out. Having the correct brushing technique is important but it is not the only thing you need to prevent teeth decay and other dental problems. It is advisable to floss on a regular basis too, plus have regular check ups with your dentist.
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