teeth, oral health, dental health,

6 Mistakes Linked To How You Brush Your Teeth

Young woman brushing cleaning teeth. Girl with toothbrush in bathroom. Oral hygiene.
                     brushing teeth

Swishing oils in the mouth, like coconut oil, is an age old practice also referred to as oil pulling. It has, however, not received endorsement as a standard way of dental hygiene.
Key takeaways:

  • Electric brushes move water and toothpaste better and at greater speed ensuring effective removal of plaque. The brushes   also help people to avoid over-brushing.
  • The toothbrush should be positioned and held at a 45-degree angle into the teeth and the gums to remove any buildup that could lead to gum disease.
  • Dentists recommend fluoride toothpastes to prevent cavities.

You have to remove plaque in order to prevent disease, reminds Martins, adding: “Any floss is better than no floss.” So keep up with the practice, making sure your floss hugs your teeth on either side, she notes.
Read the full story here

5 Star Google Reviews


Get Started Today

Fill your details in the form below, and a member of our team will be in touch!