Teeth Brushing Guide For You

brushing teeth picture Brushing teeth causes fresh breath, improve the appearance of your teeth and remove plaque and food debris from the surface of the tooth. When plaque is left for 24-48 hours, it can harden and cause disease of the gums and eventually lead to tooth loss. As soon turned into a hard plaque, only the dentist or dental health experts who can eliminate them.

There are many sizes and shapes of toothbrushes available in the market. Toothbrush that you can hold comfortably and shaped in such a way so as to reach all parts of your mouth, can be used for brushing teeth. Toothbrush that has soft brush is the most effective.It can facilitate brush on space to reach between teeth where plaque and food scraps collected. If you choose best toothbrush, then it is wolud not hurts your teeth and gums. With the availability of many choices of toothbrush shape and size, specially for children, they will be helped to get used to caring their teeth properly for the benefit of their lifetime. Usually, a toothbrush should be replaced approximately three to four months.

Make sure you brush your teeth at least twice a day using toothpaste that containing fluoride. Brush gently with short movements and enough pressure so that you can feel the pressure of feathers on the gums. Pick toothbrush that have tip that could cleans your teeth, so do not be pressed too strong. Remember to change positions slowly past brushes with the movement of each tooth surface.

So, here as the detail about guide to brush your teeth :

  1. Hold the brush so that the bristles in contact with the tooth surface right adjacent to the gums.
  2. Move the brush gently from front to rear. Use short movements.
  3. Rub gently all over the surface of the tooth above and below the outside.
  4. By using short movement forward and back, brush the inside surface of the tooth.
  5. Brush the surface of the teeth used for chewing, especially the parts that might keep leftovers.
  6. Use the tip of a toothbrush to clean the front teeth with a movement upward and downward.
  7. Finally, brush your tongue to make the mouth feel clean and fresh breath.