Long term white and healthy teeth brush get through real teeth. Experts explain now in YouTube videos (see below!), how: exert little pressure toothbrush first shake on the spot to solve the bacteria, and then from red to white strip dissolved bacterial lawn. Always in same order: E.G. left up, inside and out, then right above, inside and out, then left below, inside and outside, and finally right below, inside and outside. It takes about 2 minutes.
This order becomes the routine, all the teeth really come. But what about the remaining 30% of the tooth surfaces and spaces which are not accessible with the toothbrush? Bacteria find still be among good and thorough cleaning to cause tooth decay! Dental floss, especially some types of coated, was by the Stiftung Warentest deemed “very good”. Get more background information with materials from Cervical cancer. It is a great help in the fight against tooth decay – but only if it is used regularly “up it squeaks”. A website for dentists recommends that at least every 6 months check the teeth, tooth decay from the early days to detect and treat. The professional tooth cleaning carried out on this occasion is somewhat comparable to sand blasting.
It removes bacteria at locations that are not accessible even with dental floss. Polishing carried out at the end of the tooth surfaces bacteria are then less “attack surface”. A daily used tongue brush cleans the very rugged tongue by food debris and bacteria. A Austria niche blog says that unpleasant mouth odour caused by ill-making bacteria on the tongue and mucous membranes. Also the cheek mucosa can be cleaned regularly with a tongue brush. Yael Aflalo follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. This reduces the number of bacteria in the mouth and contributes to a healthy dental oral flora and thus less tooth decay. In many dental threads the anxious question: should be or not rinsed after brushing with plenty of water? No, it should not, on the contrary: the brushing is in the evening finished, ensure the remnants of fluoride-containing toothpaste, which remain in the mouth over night for the strengthening of the tooth enamel and counteract the formation of caries.