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Keep your teeth clean
 

Keep your teeth clean

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learn how to keep your teeth clean

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    • Gum disease, tooth decay and cavities, all of them are common diseases affect your mouth and teeth unless you brush your teeth properly. Your mouth diseases started first with black plaques on your teeth, which are films of bacteria accumulated with time when ignoring the properly cleaning and pushing.
    • Tooth brushing is important to stops plaque building up, remove as much plaque and leftover bits of food as possible. You need to learn the proper way to brush your teeth to ensure removing as much as possible of bacteria and plaques.
    • How to brush my teeth? Tooth Brushing is not just about moving some toothpaste around your mouth, you must focus on the corners, nooks and plaques areas. Brush your teeth from the outside of the teeth and the inner side.
    • you must to do that twice daily, before the breakfast and the last thing before go to bed, each time brush for at least two minutes.
    • Its very important to know that, its wrong to brush your teeth straight after a meal; because this will damage your teeth especially after acidic food such as fruits or soft drink. The acid can soften the enamel and the brushing will worn it away. In this case you must wait some time to give the saliva the chance to neutralize the acidic media in the mouth.
    • The British Dental Health Foundation gives the following advice on how to brush your teeth: •Place the head of your toothbrush against your teeth, then tilt the bristle tips to a 45 degree angle against the gum line. Move the brush in small circular movements, several times, on all the surfaces of every tooth. •Brush the outer surfaces of each tooth, upper and lower, keeping the bristles angled against the gum line. •Use the same method on the inside surfaces of all your teeth.
    • • Brush the chewing surfaces of the teeth. •To clean the inside surfaces of the front teeth, tilt the brush vertically and make several small circular strokes with the toe (the front part) of the brush. •Brushing your tongue will freshen your breath and clean your mouth by removing bacteria.
    • Flossing is for dislodging food wedged between your teeth. And flossing may also reduce gum disease and bad breath by removing plaque that forms along the gum line.. •Take 12-18 inches (30-45cm) of floss and grasp it so that you have a couple of inches of floss taut between your hands. •Slip the floss between the teeth into the area between your teeth and gums, as far as it will go.
    • • Floss with 8 to 10 strokes, up and down between each tooth, to dislodge food and plaque. •Its at least once a day. Before going to bed it best time. •You can floss before or after brushing. •Avoid using toothpicks to remove trapped food from between your teeth, as you could cause your gums to bleed, which can lead to an infection.
    • What toothpaste should I use? Most if not all the toothpaste contain fluoride, which helps to prevent and control cavities, its very important to use toothpaste with the right concentration of fluoride. Ask your dentist for best concentrations of your toothpaste and read the instructions on the toothpaste Its better to change your toothpaste from time to another, because the bacteria my become resistant to your toothpaste.
    • What is the mouthwash? mouthwash that contains fluoride can help prevent tooth decay and help get rid of any last bits of bacteria or leftover food that you might have missed with your toothbrush. don't use mouthwash straight after brushing your teeth. And don't eat or drink for 30 minutes after using a fluoride mouthwash. Some mouthwash contains alcohol, you may feel dry mouth after using them, and they are not suitable for children because they may swallow some accidentally.