Tooth brushing how?
It is important to brush daily to prevent tooth decay
. Scientific evidence recommends that water fluoridation and brush their teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste. This combination provides increased saliva fluorine, which protects the teeth from caries
Cleaning teeth with fluoride toothpaste must occur at least twice a day (after Breakfast and before bedtime). Spit out all of the excess toothpaste after cleaning, but do not rinse your mouth with water. A small amount of fluoride toothpaste, which remains in the mouth helps prevent tooth decay.
- Age of 2, children should not use fluoride toothpaste, if not recommended to their dentist or doctor (who will determine whether the child is a high risk of dental caries).
- For children under 2 years who have a high risk of caries development, use a swab of toothpaste on their toothbrushes when it is advised doctor, a dentist or doctor.
- After 2 years, children can make use of a small pea-sized amount of toothpaste.
- Brushing teeth without fluoride toothpaste not very effective in preventing tooth decay.
Place the toothbrush so that it is half of the tooth and the gum, on a 45-degree angle.
Then use a very small controlled circular or vertical structure of the teeth and gum line. Only brush a few teeth. Brush at least 2 minutes, brushing each surface of each tooth, inside and outside, including the language. Be sure to flat brush, chewing surfaces of your upper and lower teeth. These surfaces have a lot of deep crevices where bacteria can hide in natural groves in the teeth. Electric or sonic toothbrushes can be fun, but are not necessary for small children, especially for people with special needs.
is necessary for removal of bacteria between your teeth, where the bacterial plaque and food debris may accumulate. Proper brushing not reach these areas. Children and adults should floss daily to help prevent cavities located between the teeth. Flossing should be done once a day, preferably before bedtime. Children under 8 years of age and persons with special needs require parental support floss their teeth. Learn to use floss or dental floss device requires skill and practice...