Oral Hygiene and Home Dental Care
Good oral hygiene begins in the home and in early life. Clean teeth and gums are essential to oral health. This includes daily brushing and flossing, and having a health diet. with good dental care and regular check-ups with your dentist, your teeth can last a lifetime. Take the time to learn how to brush and floss correctly. the reward of having healthy teeth and gums is well worth the effort.
Recap: brush at least twice a day and floss at least once a day.
Although Brushing does not reach every part of the tooth's surface, good brushing technique will ensure that the teeth and gums are cleaned properly. Each tooth has five surfaces - front, back, top and two sides and each surface should be cleaned twice daily with a toothpaste that contains flouride. Health teeth also depend n having health gums. Take extra care to brush the gums where they meet the teeth. Also make sure you use a soft toothbrush as brushing with a hard toothbrush can damage your gums. If you have braces, food and plaque can become trapped easily, you will need to be especially through when brushing,
Recap: All five surfaces of your teeth need to be clean twice daily with a tooth paste that contains fluoride,
Use a soft tooth brush and be especially through if you have braces as food can get trapped more easily.
Do you have questions about your oral hygiene routine?
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We have organised a range of short videos to help you improve your oral health below.
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