Retention of food particles between your teeth and dental plaque are two common causes of tooth decay and gum diseases. The presence of bacteria and dental plaque can cause decalcification spots. These are white spots on the surface of your teeth which later become cavities. The easiest way you can prevent dental problems is with proper oral hygiene.
It is normal to find a wide variety of bacteria in your mouth. Once the bacteria start increasing you should visit a dental hygienist. If you notice yellowish or white material on the surface of your teeth find out the correct brushing technique from the dentist or hygienist if you want to remove food debris which can feed bacteria.
The bacteria present in tartar and dental plaque can cause inflammation, redness and bleeding of gums if left ignored. It can result in gingival recession and affect the bone supporting the teeth. The only way you can prevent this is by breaking the chain of bacteria before it starts developing. Consult your dentist or hygienist for oral hygiene tips.
Every experienced hygienist will agree with the fact that brushing your teeth twice every day is what you must do as a minimum. You can also brush your teeth after every snack or meal. Your dentist might share some useful brushing techniques which you can practice. Though there is a wide variety of toothbrushes available on the market, buy one with soft bristles and a compact head. They are less damaging to the gums. An electric toothbrush is even better to use.
Both brushing and flossing are important for good dental hygiene. If you wear braces, your dentist might supply you with auxiliaries and threaders. The importance of flossing can never be replaced with good brushing techniques. Instead of being in a hurry, use your time to floss and brush your teeth properly. It won’t be of any use following the latest brushing technique if the flossing is incomplete.
It will become easier for you to deal with oral hygiene problems if you become aware of their cause. Inadequate or poor brushing technique might fail to remove plaque and food debris from the critical zones on your gum or teeth. They might also wear and cause recession if you brush your teeth horizontally in a back and forth movement. A soft-bristled toothbrush or sensitive toothbrush head for an electric brush is also less damaging for your gums.
Please contact our hygienist at Cornerhouse Dental Care for excellent oral health care advice.
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