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How to properly brush your teeth
People are funny—they clean the house before the maid comes and they brush their teeth extra well before orthodontics wellington. But that’s just normal we’re human and we want to make the best impression possible. But, we only cheat ourselves when we don’t take care of our oral health. We aren’t hurting anyone but ourselves when we do this. So, here we are going to provide tips on how to brush your teeth the correct way.
Benefit of brushing correctly
You can brush all you want but if it isn’t done right you aren’t just wasting your time—you may be causing more harm than good.
First the heck with the hard brush, this helps nothing. Get a soft brush or firm if you have a lot of plaque. If you have been told you have gum disease recently use a soft brush. Start with gentle circular stroked across the teeth from the back of our mouth, forward then clean the flat surface of the teeth. Now, go back and get the gum line by brushing the bristles from the gum line and down and do this across the whole line of teeth. Then, you go to the bottom row and brush the bristles upward. Then rinse. Now the last thing you want to do is scrape or brush the tongue. This is done from the back of the tongue to the front. Don’t go back and forth just down. Repeat this each day twice a day then floss at least several times a week. If you are being treated for gum disease then you need to follow your dentists’ instructions for healing your gums and not harming them even more
Make sure you are using whitening agents only as directed.