What would you do to get fresh breath and long-lasting beautiful smile? The key for a great smile is always to keep your teeth clean. It sounds kind of simple, but not everybody can do it. Brushing your teeth twice a day is enough? Maybe you find it a little surprised to know that quite many people don’t know the right way and right time to brush their teeth. To maintain always-shining smile, here are 7 tips you should keep in mind:
You should brush your teeth twice a day, or even 3 times a day. What matters is to brush your teeth at night, right before going to bed to “leave” the least bacteria in your teeth. Remember to brush your teeth when you wake up in the morning as well to get rid of nasty germs. Some people feel like brushing their teeth before breakfast, meanwhile the others choose other option, right after the breakfast. You should brush once more time after lunch if you can afford to. However, no more than 3 times a day to avoid hurting your gums.
Rinse your mouth
Many people like to rinse their mouths with water carefully after brushing their teeth to leave no toothpaste in their mouths. This trend is absolutely not good because the toothpaste left in your mouth puts a fluoride cover on your teeth, help to avoid tooth decay.
Spend enough time brushing your teeth
Almost everybody doesn’t take enough time to brush their teeth. 2-3 minutes is ideal. Less then 2 minutes means that your teeth are not completely clean, meanwhile more than 3 minutes may lead to gum diseases.
Use proper toothbrush
You should take into consideration the toothbrush head dimension and hair hardness. Toothbrush head should be small and in the proper angle in order to reach all places in oral cave. Toothbrush hair hardness should match the gums state: soft one is recommended for people with gingival diseases, average one is mostly recommended and hard one is in special cases for example for smokers.
Brush your teeth in a right way
Dentists recommend that you should hold the brush at a 45-degree angle against the gum line. Point the brush upward, or toward your nose, when you’re cleaning the upper teeth; downward or toward your chin, when you’re doing the lower teeth.
Keep your toothbrush clean
The key is to make sure you clean up your toothbrush before and after brushing your teeth because most bacteria found in toothbrush. Keep it always dry is a must. Moreover, you should change a toothbrush every 2 months otherwise it looses propriety.
Don’t forget your tongue and spaces between teeth
Spaces between teeth are quite difficult for toothbrush to reach. Food is easily stucked in the spaces between your teeth, it may lead to tooth decay. The best way is to use dental thread to prevent tooth decay and protect your teeth. Finally, remember to clean up your tongue to ensure sweet, great breath.
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