6 Mistakes You Make During Toothbrushing
You may brush your teeth every day, but if you make any of these mistakes they still are not well protected.
- You wash your teeth at the wrong time
The toothbrush should be the last thing that touches your teeth at night. If you eat something after toothbrushing, it will keep on them and will start to damage.
- You have been used the wrong brush
Choose a toothbrush with soft bristles because she better clean enamel. Those with stronger fiber can even slightly damage the enamel and expose the tooth root damage.
- You have the wrong technique of brushing
When brushing your glaze it is recommended to turn the brush to 30-45 degrees, in order to stop what causes tartar. You should wash the back jaw with vertically holding the toothbrush, and it is necessary to wash the back of the mouth. It should last for two minutes twice a day,you need to keep 30 seconds of each quarter of the jaw.
- You do not rinse your mouth thoroughly
The mouth should be rinsed well after brushing your teeth. Spitting the toothpaste is not enough, because on this way, in the mouth remains that which have to be removed from your teeth.
- You do not pay attention to the rest of the mouth
You should wash the whole mouth , not just teeth. Small oddments of food can be stuck on the tongue and be placed where bacteria could be created and it could harm your teeth.
- You have to change your toothbrush
Doctors recommend changing your toothbrush every three to four months. Toothbrushes which have been used, will not effectively remove food oddments and toothbrushing with them is almost useless. Also, they need to be changed when you healed from some of disease because they may still have the bacteria that you got it from.http://healthandbeautylifestyle.com/6-mistakes-you-make-during-toothbrushing/http://healthandbeautylifestyle.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/eerew-1.jpghttp://healthandbeautylifestyle.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/eerew-1-53x53.jpgGeneralHealthHealth Tips