Raised Power Tip designed to help clean hard to reach surfaces of back of teeth and inter dental spaces.
Slim, rounded, and rubberized brush head for easy access and protection.
Special soft round ended bristles placed at different angles help to thoroughly clean teeth and protect delicate gum tissues, improving gum health and removing more plaque.
Non-slip grip handle for excellent brush control.
Toothbrush and toothpaste are two different things but can not be separated if you want our teeth and mouth healthy. Toothbrush is a tool for cleaning teeth in the form of a small brush with a handle.
Knowing how to brush teeth also has the added advantage of allowing you to ensure good oral health for yourself and your children as well. If you are not sure about the correct manner in which brushing should be done, there is no way that you can teach your kids the right method. So for the sake of your children’s oral health knowing the movements is essential.
If you know how to brush teeth properly you can reduce the risk for cavity build-up and plaques on your teeth. It usually takes 2 minutes or 120 seconds in order to thoroughly brush teeth.
Most people brush their teeth twice or thrice a day. However, not all of them employ the techniques for brushing teeth properly. Why is it important to know how to brush teeth properly? First, use of proper brushing techniques allows you to clean everything without missing the important spots like gum lines. Second, you’ll be able to avoid injuries to your gums and teeth which could lead to an untimely visit to your dentist.
A good quality toothbrush is essential in any dental hygiene routine. This toothbrush should be equipped with soft bristles so that you do not damage your gums while you are brushing your teeth. When learning how to brush teeth properly you will want to take your toothbrush and wet it down with water before placing a small drop of toothpaste onto the brush. From there you will take your toothbrush and turn it to a 45 degree angle at your gum line. Everybody knows they should brush and floss their teeth regularly to maintain oral hygiene and fight against gum and tooth infection.
And here are a few things not to do: Don’t put your toothbrush in the microwave to kill germs. Toothbrush bristles are normally attached with small metal staples; metal disrupts the microwave process and can damage your microwave. Don’t put your toothbrush through the dishwasher. This will kill germs, but it will also damage the bristles and shorten your toothbrush’s already short life. And, for the same reason, don’t rinse your toothbrush with hot water. Finally, don’t stretch your toothbrush beyond its three-month maximum life span. A fresh new toothbrush will go a long way towards keeping you healthier.
The bristles on a toothbrush are available in soft, medium and firm. Always ensure that you have the correct one for your teeth. Your toothbrush bristles should be strong enough to get the job done, but not so hard that it erodes the enamel on your teeth. Your toothbrush should also be soft enough to get into the hard to reach places where food can sometimes get stuck. If you are serious about knowing how to brush teeth properly, then be sure you purchase the right toothbrush.