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Toothbrush selection

A good brushing of teeth 3 times a day after the meal is necessary to keep the plaque at bay, in addition to bringing freshness to our mouth. Bacterial plaque is composed of bacteria and food debris, which is continuously forming and is responsible for producing cavities, gingivitis, bad breath and most oral problems. But brushing your teeth isn't about brushing your teeth for a few seconds and that's it. To perform a correct brushing you need at least 2 minutes of brushing and following an order, in addition to choosing a good toothbrush that suits your needs.

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To do this, you have to perform smooth and short movements in the following order:

  • Cleaning the outside of the upper and posterior teeth of the lower teeth.
  • Continue cleaning the inner area of the teeth, first the upper one and then the lower one. This step is very important, since many of us settle for the outer cleaning of the teeth and then we are surprised because we have appeared plaque.
  • It then cleans the chewing surfaces,that is, the part of the teeth with which we chew.
  • Finally gently brush the brush through the tongue to have a fresher breath, but without abusing or using the specific part of the brush for cleaning the tongue.

Types of toothbrush

  • Depending on the softness: there are several types, from extra soft to strong,where the strength of the toothbrush depends on the size of the bristles. Choosing one or the other will depend on our dental sensitivity and gums. If we have dental sensitivity and it bothers us when brushing our teeth you can try extra soft and soft,and if when brushing your teeth you do not feel discomfort, the recommended choice is those of medium and hard hardness.
  • Surgical: indicated for after having undergone oral surgery,its filaments do not cause any damage to the mouth because they are thinner even than the extrasuaves.
  • Orthodontics: indicated for people who wear otherodontics, their filaments are V-shaped to safely remove plaque residues and food deposited in the brackets.
  • Gingivitis and sensitive and/or inflamed gums: they have very small and flexible filaments, they are very careful with the gums avoiding their inflammation.
  • Whiteners: Specially designed to produce greater removal of plaque and clean stains produced by food such as coffee without damaging and tooth enamel.
  • Children and juniors: specially designed for the dentures of the little ones, the children are designed for children 2 to 6 years and the junior from 6 years. You can find a wide selection of toothbrushes for kids.
  • Vibratory electric brushes: they are manual toothbrushes with the help of vibratory movements produced by the brush to remove the plate more effectively than with a fully manual brush.

Changing the toothbrush

For a brush to last what has to last, it is advisable that the brush dry after each brushing,so it is important to leave it on its back always in the container where we store it, because in addition to lasting less, a wet toothbrush is a place where germs can proliferate.

In terms of duration, studies recommend changing it every three months, as they lose effectiveness because the bristles lose resistance.



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