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How to brush teeth – An orthodontist’s views on brushing teeth

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  1. How to brush teeth – An orthodontist’s views on brushing teeth

  2. Teeth are important for human existence. Without teeth it is not possible for a human being to survive for long. Teeth also play an important role in the general health as well as aesthetics of a human being. They allow you to follow a healthy life and prepare the food for digestion before you actually ingest into the stomach. So it is important to take care of your teeth by brushing them in the right way and meeting the best orthodontist in London in case there is a problem with your teeth. Here are some tips on how to brush your teeth properly:-  Do not exert pressure on the teeth: - While you start brushing your teeth do not apply pressure on your teeth. By using your toothbrush vigorously on your teeth you may damage your teeth and gums permanently. To properly brush your teeth you need to use short, gentle strokes, paying extra attention to back teeth, fillings and crowns (if you have any). While brushing Brush with soft circular movements: - Some people brush their teeth in straight movements. By brushing the teeth in a straight manner you may damage your tooth enamel and later it may cause teeth sensitivity when you eat something cold or sweet.

  3. Use round and circular movements to brush your teeth and get good and healthy teeth. Discard/Change your brush after every 3 months: - You should replace your tooth brush every three months. In case you catch cold then you should change your brush once you come back to your normal heath. This is done because your brush’s bristles may have caught the germs and if you again brush your teeth from this infected brush then you could be introduced to the germs that cause cold. Clean your teeth for a minimum of 2 minutes: - If you go to your dentist and ask him a question for how long should you brush your teeth? Your dentist will answer a minimum of two minutes. You need to make sure that you clean the bottom teeth as well as the upper teeth properly. So it is important to pay attention on how much long you are brushing and most important thing is that all surfaces are clean. Eat after 30 minutes of brushing teeth and use mouth wash to clean teeth instead of water

  4. When you finish cleaning your teeth then you should not eat for 30 minutes after cleaning them. Many dentists say that eating within 30 minutes of brushing your teeth can be harmful for your teeth. After drinking a cold drink the acid goes into your enamel and if you have had brushed your teeth a couple of minutes ago then the acid may go deep into your teeth and harm them by eroding the enamel and creating other problems. You should use mouth wash to clean teeth instead of water. Because mouth wash is the perfect solution for tooth decay and gingivitis. It can help you to prevent plaque buildup and stops cavities. Dental floss is as important as brushing itself Dental floss is also an important process like brushing. Dental floss helps you to remove plaque and food stuck between the teeth. Many dentists suggest you to at least floss once a day. When you clean between your teeth then it helps you to prevent cavities and gum disease. Use a tongue cleaner to clean the tongue after brushing your teeth When you finish brushing your teeth after that you need to clean your tongue with the use of a tongue cleaner.

  5.  These tongue cleaners made from soft material like flexible plastic are quite effective in cleaning the tongue and help you maintain a healthy oral cavity. Clean your tongue after brushing in the the morning and once in the evening before bedtime. • Brushing 2 times is important and reduces risk of cavities • Brushing your teeth twice a day is very important. Brushing two times daily helps you to maintain fresh breath for the whole day. If you don’t brush regularly two times then plaque can build up on your teeth and can lead to gum diseases and cavities. • Article Resource:-