Good Brushing Dental Hygiene for Longer Lasting Smile

Dental hygiene is important for every human being. Bad breath or coloured teeth portray a bad picture of personal hygiene. You should therefore ensure that you avoid items that will cause bad breath and colour your teeth. Brushing teeth is not a hard task if the right steps are taken.

For some people, no matter how many times they brush their teeth, even with the best toothpaste, they seem to still have bad breath. This is because they do not know how to effectively brush their teeth.

When brushing the teeth, ensure that you use a brush with strong bristles. These will effectively brush out any debris in the teeth. They will also get between teeth easily. The upper side of the toothbrush should be corrugated so that as you brush your teeth, your tongue is cleaned too. Bacteria tend to grow very fast on the tongue. You should therefore brush your tongue too. Brush all corners of your teeth gently to avoid hurting the gums and eventually cause them to bleed.

Brushing teeth with braces on is difficult especially when the braces can only be removed by a specialist. In such a case, mouthwash should be used instead of toothpaste. However, if the braces can be removed and replaced later, brushing the teeth is as easy as for a person without braces. Replace your toothbrush at least once every 6 months. Bristles tend to get weaker the more they are used. A weak toothbrush will compromise your dental health.

Teeth whitening is a process through which coloured teeth are made whiter. Women are more concerned about this process than men for beauty reasons. Laser teeth whitening is the perfect choice when you need brighter and whiter teeth for that healthy smile. Teeth whitening consultants are the best people to talk to before embarking on the process. As much as laser teeth whitening has high performance rates, it is imperative to note that you have to eat the required foods to avoid teeth colouring. Red wine and coffee are among the most notorious causes of coloured teeth. Properly brush your teeth after taking such foods. Apples have chemicals in them that naturally clean the teeth. Eat these fruits frequently to maintain white teeth and fresh breath.

Many of us think that the more we brush our teeth, the healthier they will be. This might not always be the truth, especially for those who think that he harder we brush them, the better it will be to get rid of the bacteria.

What happens when we brush too hard? We make our gums recede and this may damage our teeth and cause even more serious problems.

Another cause for gum recession, actually one of the most common, is gum disease. When does gum disease arise? It arises when bacteria between the teeth bond and become plaque. This might lead to the irritation and inflammation of the gums. If this worsens and the plaque is not controlled, the condition could result in gum recession and much worse periodontal disease.

But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Let’s not think about the worst thing that could happen to us.

First of all, receding gums isn’t something that happens overnight. In most cases, receding gums is a progressive procedure that happens over the years.

Do not think that if you have receding gums you cannot get your teeth whitened. Of course you can get your teeth whitened even if your gums are receding. The gums are protected during laser whitening and therefore receding gums are not an issue. The lips will also be protected. They will be positioned in such a way that the whitening gel does not get onto them.

For this reason discomfort and irritability are not something we should worry about since the gums are protected throughout the entire procedure.

Not only is it faster to get our teeth whitened through laser, it is even better for the gums since they are isolated. Gums are not isolated when the whitening is done at home.

Another thing we should consider is how the teeth look after the treatment. Unlike other whitening treatments, laser teeth whitening always looks natural.

Laser whitening is more effective than other methods of whitening the teeth. Not to sound alarming but some over-the-counter whitening products might be too abrasive and can damage the teeth if they are used repeatedly.

The toothpaste is generally recommended for use after teeth bleaching procedures to maintain the teeth in a white condition. What should be understood is that whitening toothpaste will not change the natural colouration of the teeth or eliminate signs of tooth decay. Whitening toothpaste contains chemicals that help to break down the stains through repeated use of the toothpaste or by dissolving the stains on the teeth. The toothpaste may include some special abrasives that serve to polish the teeth in a gentle manner without causing any damage to the enamel on the teeth.

Using a whitening toothpaste on a regular basis will start the process to reverse the discolouration and stains on teeth. Most people with discoloured or stained teeth find it very embarrassing to smile in public for this reason. Brushing teeth twice daily with whitening toothpaste will start to show results within two to four weeks. It might take additional time for some people though. Some toothpaste brands contain a chemical called blue covarine that makes teeth instantly whiter and gives the appearance of less yellow coloured teeth.

Whitening toothpaste is considered safe by the authorities, but excessive use is not recommended as it can damage the enamel. It is preferable to buy toothpaste brands that have received the seal of approval from reputed dental organisations.The market is flooded with products for teeth whitening that includes toothpastes, gels, whitening strips and trays. Not all products work to whiten teeth, some serve different purposes like dealing with gum disease. When using a whitening toothpaste, it is advisable to avoid too much coffee, tea, heavily coloured drinks and red wine. These drinks will only defeat the purpose of the teeth whitening process and end up causing deeper stains and marks.

Teeth sometimes develop sensitivity to the toothpaste due to the light abrasives and chemicals it contains. If sensitivity does occur, use the whitening toothpaste for two weeks and then give it a break before starting up again.

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