Five Dental Hygiene Tips For A More Thorough Clean



            Start with your brush at a 45-degree angle to your gums and use short back and forth strokes across the sides and tops of your teeth. Then, hold the brush vertically and use several shorter strokes to focus on the backs of your teeth of the front anterior teeth where plaque builds up often.

            Brushing for at least two minutes, twice daily. Having trouble gauging your routine for this duration? Try listening to a short song, cue up a two-minute YouTube video or set a timer on your phone to give yourself the time you need to thoroughly clean your teeth.

            Always look for a brush whose head and bristles are small enough to reach into the crevices of your molars, where food debris can hide after you eat. Most adults require a small- or medium-sized toothbrush for this purpose.

Mouthwash can go where toothbrushes and floss can't in order to rid your mouth of the same debris that irritates the gum line and causes gingivitis. Add this mouthwash to your oral care regimen to get the most thorough clean you can, even when you're on the go.

         Bristles deteriorate with time and usage, so if you're using the same toothbrush beyond a few months, you may not be getting the best clean anymore. Rather, make a point of getting a new brush every three to four months – or at your semiannual dental checkup.

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