ERROR devastating brushing your teeth

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ERROR devastating brushing your teeth

ERROR devastating brushing your teeth

The improper brushing habits can seriously damage oral health. More dangerous to some very committed error in your life. 1. Brush your teeth with cold water Brush your teeth with cold water easily damage the dentin, causing tooth sensitivity while not enabling the quality of toothpaste to take effect. The main ingredient in toothpaste is fluoride. The laboratory studies show that this component plays an important role and have the best effect in the optimum temperature is 37 degrees C. The dentists recommend that you brush your teeth with warm water because it is the environment temperature closest to your body temperature.
The improper brushing habits can seriously damage oral health. More dangerous to some very committed error in your life.
 
1. Brush your teeth with cold water
 
Brush your teeth with cold water easily damage the dentin, causing tooth sensitivity while not enabling the quality of toothpaste to take effect.
 
The main ingredient in toothpaste is fluoride. The laboratory studies show that this component plays an important role and have the best effect in the optimum temperature is 37 degrees C.
 
The dentists recommend that you brush your teeth with warm water because it is the environment temperature closest to your body temperature.
 
2. Brushing too hard
 
Using excessive force when brushing can damage the gums, which may cause damage to the teeth. "Need to brush your teeth with a moderate force. The force you use to brush your teeth like that idea very light, but the reality is great because it forces concentrated in a small area, "said Professor Peter Heasman, dental experts at the University of Newcastle (UK) for know.
 
3. Brushing sideways
 
A survey showed that more than 90% of Chinese people should apply across the teeth. The purpose of brushing is to remove the bacteria and the residues on the surface of the tooth is not too abrasive.
 
Brushing teeth across otherwise act like grinding teeth, unable to remove excess residue that can cause tooth defects such as gingivitis, periodontitis and tooth sensitivity ...
 
Recommendation: It is best to brush tilted 45 degrees compared with the tooth surface, type in a circle counter-clockwise, do not brush too aggressively.
 
 
Improper brushing also damage the teeth, gums quickly
(Source: Internet)
 
4. Brushing too fast or too long
 
Many people think that brushing is to remove bacteria and food debris. Actually, that's not entirely true. Rinse mouth with water can remove more than 90% of food residue was carefully brushing purpose is to destroy the plaque.
 
Dental plaque is a colorless bacteria attached to the surface of the teeth and gums. It is the culprit causing cavities and gingivitis. The average time brushing the majority of the population is about 59 seconds, this is not enough time to clean the mouth completely.
 
Besides, there are many who are listed as long as brushing teeth clean. This also benefit and harm tooth enamel.
 
Recommendation: Time brushing is most effective in about 2 minutes. Gargle before striking benefit toothpaste start operation.
 
5. Brush the wrong time
 
Most of us are brushing after waking up and then breakfast. This is not effective for oral health because the ingredients in toothpaste did not have much time to stay on the teeth and promote the work that the "follow" breakfast to the stomach.
 
Recommendation: You should brush your teeth after a meal 20 minutes. Rinse your mouth after you wake up, eat breakfast and then a 20-minute brushing time brushing is the most healthy. Especially after drinking beverages or acidic fruit.
 
6. Rinse too many times after brushing
 
Some of the active ingredient in toothpaste should be retained to form a protective layer of the tooth surface and it takes time to maintain prevent bacteria growing rapidly. However, too much mouthwash will lose the effect.
 
7. Toothbrush wrong size
 
The size of each tooth is not the same. Brush size is too big or too small will make it impossible to complete the task.
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