Continue along the Palatine and lingual side (to contact language). Finally brush the occlusal (which are used to crush). It is necessary to also brush the tongue. Place the brush at an angle of approximately 45 degrees the gingiva and brushing by applying gentle but firm pressure is best. To clean the external surfaces of the teeth, place as he has been said the brush at a 45 degree angle resting it in the union of gum and tooth.

Gently move the brush several times by small circular or lateral movements. Apply light pressure to make filaments penetrate between tooth and tooth, but do not use excessive pressure that makes you feel discomfort. After brushing the outside surfaces of your teeth, do the same with the inner face of the posterior teeth. To clean the inner surfaces of the previous, both upper and lower teeth, place the brush vertically. Make movements forward and back above each tooth and gum that surrounds it. To clean the chewing surfaces, make small circular and lateral movement. If your teeth are especially sensitive, ask your dentist to recommend a toothpaste or mouthwashes specifically designed for sensitive teeth. Brushes should properly choose the toothbrush.

This will be soft to protect the gums and soft filaments that allow you to reach all teeth. Thus, we will quickly change our toothbrush if you have twisted filaments or excessively worn because for a correct operation of the brush we must ensure a perfect state of maintenance of the same. The brush head should be small for easy access to any area. The material of the bristles must be synthetic and its ends rounded to not traumatize the oral tissues. The bristles spread over the head in 2 or 3 rows of longitudinal Tufts. Handle more straight as possible the hardness of bristles must be soft or medium hard brush periodically renew on average, the life of a brush must not be more than three months, since by then the bristles are very deteriorated. Interproximal brush power brush any Pasta rubber cone pasta fluoridated toothpaste is effective to place it on the toothbrush and efficiently decrease the occurrence of caries. There are more specific toothpastes to improve the thermal sensitivity of teeth and some more abrasive to remove stains, but there is no specific to treat periodontal disease. If any with a multitude of qualities such as toothpastes that whiten teeth or those especially designed for people who show a high sensitivity although the anti-caries effect prejudicial to the existence of some chemical ingredients. However, the most important component that must have a toothpaste is fluorine. It will be important also to be slightly alkaline or neutral and that tube is plastic since metal containers deactivated the preventive function of fluorine. Some creams include components that improve the function antiseptic, as the glutamate of chlorhexidine, effectively preventing the proliferation of bacterial plaque in the enamel of the teeth.

June 8, 2013 at 10:36 pm by Jackie
Category: General