Dental Care: 5 Steps to Maintain Healthy Teeth

May 26, 2014

Many people have to opt for dental care treatments such as surgery, tooth removal, root canal surgery, etc. This could be as a result of improper dental care such as negligence of not brushing the teeth as well as bad eating habits that can cause tooth decay. On the other hand, visiting dentists for treatment could also be expensive too. However, booking an appointment with can be avoided if you are able to take good care of the teeth.

So what steps will you take to maintain healthy teeth?

1. Importance of toothbrush

Toothbrush is one of the most important aspect in maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Hence, it is vital to choose carefully that what type of toothbrush you may require; the one with hard bristles, medium bristles or soft bristles. If you are unsure that what kind of brush you may require than its ok; however, don’t push hard on the guns when brushing which can cause the gums to bleed. If it happens than it is advisable to use brush with soft bristles as it will help to protect your teeth. Generally in 3-4 months span, your brush will started wearing out or the bristles will bent too much, when that happens than it is a good time to change your toothbrush.

2. Brush twice a day

It is important to brush at least twice daily if you want to maintain healthy teeth. At first after breakfast in the morning and secondly before you go to bed. This will help your teeth to not to be effected by plaque, and the plaque will not get enough time to attack the enamel of the teeth. Many people applies too much toothpaste on their brushes; however, that should not be the case as even a small pea size toothpaste is enough to the trick.

3. Flossing

Many people tend to underestimate flossing. The fact is that it is the most effective way to keep the mouth clean. The reason is because no matter how hard we try, there are always some pieces that get stuck between our teeth. Flossing is probably the most effective way to get rid of those stuck food particles.

4. Mouth Wash

To keep your oral hygiene in check plaque removers are also an excellent way. Chances are that your tooth brush and flossing may miss certain areas of your mouth but it is quiet impossible that even mouth wash will also miss those areas. There are many flavors available for the same these days that helps with the breath as well.

5. Brush inside & outside of the teeth

While brushing, also ensure that you brush on both side of teeth as well as on the both, upper and lower jaw. In order to maintain fresher breath, brushing your tongue is also vital. Many bacteria gather around the tongue. After brushing the tongue, your breath will be refreshing.

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