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Title: Tips for Proper Dental Care by the Best Dentist in Brampton

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1. Brush teeth twice a day In the morning and the
evening, you should brush your teeth thoroughly
and persistently about half an hour after meals.
But be careful After consuming acidic foods (for
example, fruit juices or spinach), you should
never brush your teeth directly, as the enamel is
  • 2. The proper cleaning technique
  • So that brushing your teeth protects you
    effectively, the proper brushing technique is
    crucial. The wrong brushing technique or too
    intensive scrubbing can promote the breakdown of
    tooth enamel and irreparably damage the gums.
  • When you visit the best Dentist in Brampton, you
    can explain and show the correct brushing method.
    The so-called "red-white technique" is simple and
    effective, i.e., from the gums to the tooth, so
    that the gums are not "scrubbed away."
  • First, clean the outer surfaces, then the inner
    surfaces - two to three teeth at a time.
  • Then the chewing surfaces follow, whereby the
    bristles of the toothbrush should lie vertically.
  • Don't forget about the molars, including the
    areas behind the last tooth.

3. Choose right toothbrush Short-headed brushes
also reach the rear molars well. The brush should
have three to four rows of bristles and lay
comfortably in hand - this guarantees optimal
guidance. Medium-hard, rounded bristles made of
plastic prevent injuries to the gums. You should
buy a new brush after two to three months at the
latest. The old one removes 30 percent less
plaque and is full of bacteria. It is especially
true after diseases in the oral cavity, such as a
fungal infection such as oral thrush or
inflammation of the gums. Younger generation
electric toothbrushes clean better than hand
brushes. They are particularly suitable for
children the quick, automatic movements of the
brush make cleaning easier. And that with a
cleaning time of only two minutes.
4. Choose right toothpaste Toothpaste ensures
fresh breath and significantly increases the
cleaning effect of the brush, so you should never
brush your teeth without toothpaste. In addition,
fluoridated toothpaste has been shown to reduce
the formation of new tooth decay. Toothpaste
residues should be spat out with a bit of water
after brushing. 5. Fluoride for dental
care Fluoride significantly improves the
resistance of the tooth surface to caries because
it inhibits the metabolism of bacteria and makes
the teeth more resistant to acids. Essential tips
for the correct fluoride supply The use of
fluoridated iodized salt in cooking and baking
prevents tooth decay and goiter formation. In
consultation with the pediatrician, small
children can also be regularly supplied with
fluoride tablets. It would help if you also used
fluoridated rinses or gels for dental care at
6. Proper nutrition for teeth It is important to
know that which food is good or bad for your
teeth. Chewable foods as snacks (apples, carrots,
nuts, and celery) stimulate the flow of saliva -
saliva washes and harden the teeth and neutralize
acids. Thoroughly chewing hard foods also
massages the gums and promotes their blood
circulation. A diet rich in fiber (for example,
fresh fruit, grain products, raw vegetables) also
positively affects dental health. Make sure you
get enough calcium. The mineral strengthens the
teeth. Even vitamins are essential Vitamin A
promotes the growth and renewal processes of the
oral mucosa. Vitamin C strengthens the strength
of the teeth as it is required for the collagen
formation of the gums. Vitamin D is required to
store calcium and phosphate in the bones and
teeth and contributes to tooth growth and tooth
hardening. As a source of calcium, phosphate, and
protein casein, cheese is a food that can
strengthen tooth enamel. Beware of acidic foods,
as acids can dissolve the minerals from the tooth
surface. It would help if you were careful with
fruit juices, citrus fruits, vinegar, or cola,
for example.
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