Experts recommend that teeth be brushed at least twice a day, in the morning and before bedtime, but it would be best if it was a bit more often, after a meal or a snack. The peterborough dentist will now give you some tips on when to brush your teeth and what type of toothbrush to use.
The majority of the population has no awareness of the importance of oral health. If you have inflammation of the gums, this is the first stage of the vicious circle, where later there is an alveolar bone disease, wearing, dressing and pathological movement of the teeth, and in the end comes to the loss of teeth, because the number of connective fibers holding the tooth in the toothpack loses as a result of the different products of bacteria from the tooth plaque. To relax: the main cause of caries and paradentosis is the DENT, which must be removed daily from the tooth surfaces.
1. Toothbrush – the essential and most important means of maintaining oral hygiene.
They vary in size, shape, color and style. Most brushes on the market can confuse you how to choose the right one, we recommend using brushes without rubber accessories and with fibers in one level. What exactly does it mean? The ideal brush needs to include a thicker layer of fiber in order to perform its role, which is to mechanically clean plaque from the tooth surfaces, which is the main cause of caries, gingivitis and paradentosis!
2. Toothpaste – a basic tool in the daily maintenance of oral hygiene. The mass of people do not use tooth teeth, while they are essential to clean the space between teeth, where a tooth plaque is accumulated which cannot be removed by the toothbrush. The teeth should be used daily during tooth brushing.
- Interdental brushes – a basic means of oral hygiene. Basically, clean interlocking spaces, and are suitable for people wearing fixed orthodontic appliances. There are different sizes of interdental brushes.4. Toothpaste – auxiliary agent for oral hygiene. Believe it or not, toothpastes do not belong to fixed assets. The choice of a toothpaste paste is simple, it is important that it contains fluorine (1450ppmF) which is significant in strengthening the toothpaste and preventing the formation of caries. Nowadays, all pastes contain fluorine so that whatever you choose, you will not make a mistake.
Do you brush your teeth properly?
There are different methods of washing teeth and each of them has its advantages and disadvantages.
The sliding method is suitable because it is simple, easy to learn and applicable to all ages. This method is explained to the children in a picturesque way that the teeth in the upper jaw are washed ‘as the rain falls’ and in the lower ‘how the grass grows’.