Brushing Up On Good Oral Hygiene.

Poor brushing habits allow trapped food to accumulate and can cause tooth decay, gum disease or more serious problems.
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4) Take a sip of water and swish it around with the toothpaste remaining in the mouth for 30 seconds before spitting. 5) Do not do any other rinsing with water. 6) Avoid eating and drinking for 2 hours. 7) Brush twice a day: after breakfast and before bed. The American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics published an article in the September 2010 issue that said this technique resulted in five times fewer carious lesions in the high-risk population they studied.
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These simple steps are often sufficient to front page guard against tooth decay, gum disease, and a host of other unpleasant oral health issues. Begin at Home Your general oral hygiene begins at home. Choose fluoride toothpaste that you enjoy. The flavor of your toothpaste is irrelevant as long as you like it. The important thing is that your toothpaste has at least 0.24 percent sodium fluoride. Fluoride is essential for remineralizing tooth enamel and preventing tooth decay. Next, choose a soft bristle toothbrush.
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