THE RIGHT TIME TO BRUSH YOUR TEETH

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MICRON ASSOCIATES: IT’S ALL ABOUT YOUR HEALTH

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THE RIGHT TIME TO BRUSH YOUR TEETH

  1. 1. IT’S ALL ABOUT YOUR HEALTH
  2. 2.  It is very usual when we brush our teeth after eating our meal. But Micron Associates reveals, if your toothbrush stays on your teeth for half of an hour, your teeth can possibly damage.
  3. 3.  The acid burns into both enamel anddentin, the lower layer below the enamel,after taking fizzy or acidic drinks. Having a wrong time of brushing your teeth,specifically within 20 minutes after a meal can get-up-and-go the acid deeper into your teeth, rusting them far faster thanthey would have decayed by themselves.
  4. 4.  The president of the Academy of General Dentistry, Dr. Howard R. Gamble quoted, “With brushing, you could actually push the acid deeper into the enamel and the dentin.” Volunteers make a sample on how this willhappen. They wore human dentin samples in their mouths, and tested different brushingprocedures. After brushing the teeth within 20minutes, it noticeably damaged the teeth after drinking soda. If you are more likely to eat spicy meal, better to wait for an hour to prevent the possible negative effects.
  5. 5.  However, researchers said that after intra- oral periods of 30 and 60 min, where was not significantly higher than in unbrushed controls. Micron Associates concluded that for you to protect the dentin surface, wait at least 30 minutes before brushing your teeth.

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