You only have one set of adult teeth. If I tell you oral hygiene is extremely important, you may close your ears. Please talk with someone who has had a toothache, or an elderly person who has no teeth, or someone who is suffering toothache. You’ll get the answer. Tooth disease has affected they’re enjoy food and life, even endanger their health. Having healthy teeth in your old age is an asset. So read this article while you still have good teeth.

Do you have a good toothbrush?

What is a good toothbrush? Is it expensive? Is it a brand toothbrush? That’s not what I meant. A good toothbrush should fit inside your mouth comfortably and should have soft bristles. The fit-size toothbrush head can reach the backs of your tooth and the areas hard to reach.

Do you have a good brushing technique?

You need to spend time to know the difference between brushing teeth and what’s correct.

Proper brushing requires a 45-degree angle to brush for two minutes. Spending 30 seconds in each area of your mouth and make sure you’re brushing each tooth. The brushing routine is to clean outer surfaces of teeth, inner surfaces of teeth, brush your tongue, clean chewing surfaces. Please brush more near your gums. Because bacteria may settle in and lead to gingivitis. Don’t neglect your back teeth, especially where meet your gums. To improve brushing efficiency, more people choose electric toothbrushes. But if you have a bad brushing technique, electric toothbrushes are no better than a manual toothbrushes. So good brushing technique with a manual toothbrush, that’s enough.

Toothpaste may cheat you

You can brush your teeth without toothpaste. You can use water or salt The way you brushing is more important than what toothpaste you use. To enhance the tooth brushing experience, the toothpaste companies add wetting and bubbling agents. This is designed to make your mouth feel clean, whether or not you did a good cleaning. So we suggest don’t wet your toothbrush before you brush.

Use floss and antibacterial mouthwash

Add floss and mouthwash into your daily routine. Don’t ignore flossing, this small step can remove food that is stuck between your teeth.Flossing at least once a day before bedtime or after each meal helps to keep your gums healthy and prevent cavities from forming. Mouthwash defense against bacteria living in your mouth. Mouthwash gets into the crevices and soft tissue of your mouth that you may not always brush.

Visit the dentist regularly

Many people only visit the dentist when there is something wrong. Preventive care can help find minor issues before they become significant.