7 mistakes to avoid for a healthy teeth

Talking about brushing, you may think that it is the easiest thing to do, just put the toothpaste on the toothbrush, put into mouth and brush that's it. If you think that you are making a big mistake for your teeth health, 


So below are the 7 mistakes you should avoid:

1) Too much and strong brushing 

Remember, you do not brush the stain out of the carpet, brushing too often can cause red gums and swelling. General mean for brushing is when brushing, do not press  brush too strong on the teeth.

2) Brushing too fast 

The dentists recommend brushing for two minutes, but most people do not do that because they thought 2 minutes brushing, they feel that long. However, you must apply to your brushing time. Please keep doing it slowly and take for 2 minutes.
3) Use wrong toothbrushes 

You should use a toothbrush with as soft as possible. If you choose to take a hard fiber toothbrushes, you are in trouble because when you use a hard brush to brush your teeth or gums that will eventually damage the teeth.
4) Forgot a few things

 Do not brush the same place each time, but must brush every angle. When brushing in the same place, making the bacteria elsewhere in the mouth can still continue, and do not forget the main point is all areas behind teeth. 
5) Do not forget to clean the tongue 

Your tongue contains all kinds of bacteria that you ate the food and beverages you drink and where There is a bad smell. So do not forget to clean both the front and back of the tongue with a toothbrush or tongue cleanup.
6) Keep toothbrush at a wrong place 

A lot of people always care toothbrush near the wash basin, but you know, this is the wrong attention because there can be a lot of bacterias  and some people keep them in the plastic box is also at risk of bacteria (germs)., so the best place is in the cupboard.

7) Often change toothbrush 

Many users will not easily change their toothbrush, they used them even they are very old. This is incorrect, because according to the guidance of the dentist, we should buy a new toothbrush every two or three months to prevent infection.

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