How to Brush Teeth Properly

Brush your teeth in the right way and good technique, can prevent many problems such as bad breath and swollen gums. How to care for the simplest dental health is to brush your teeth regularly and at least 2 times a day regularly. The goal is to clean up the leftovers are still lagging behind and attached so as to prevent damage to teeth and gums.

Many people still underestimate the correct way to brush your teeth, maybe including you? In fact, brushing your teeth with a good technique is highly recommended by dentists. The benefit of course protects and strengthens tooth enamel that is not easily perforated. Is not prevention better than cure toothache?

How much time should I rub Teeth? 

In dental health care, you also have to pay attention to the intensity or the amount of brushing your teeth in a day. Minimum is 2 times a day morning and at night before bed.

So that the teeth are not hollow, you can clean your teeth after every meal. This is to prevent the buildup of food debris that remains. While brushing your teeth before bed aims to address the problem of bad breath in the morning when you wake up

Brushing How True? 

1) Position the brush at an angle of 45 degrees and then brush your teeth gently and slowly rotating manner.
2) Use the same movement that is turning to brush the surface of the tooth.
3) Rub all the surfaces of the teeth are used to chew namely molars. The trick is to use a toothbrush bristle tip with light pressure until the wool combs not bend.
4) Brush your teeth in an upright position and move slowly up and down to clean the inside front teeth.
5) Additional Tips: Brushing the tongue after brushing your teeth so that bacteria can clean fresh breath and avoid bad breath.

So that the gums are not swollen or even bleeding, choose a toothbrush with soft bristles. Keep in a dry toothbrush and immediately replace it with a new one if it is damaged hair brush.

Avoid using a toothbrush 'one for all'. Why? Because the toothbrush contains bacteria that can move from one person to another even if the brush has been cleared.

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