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Did You Know?

Your teeth can last a lifetime if you practice basic dental care, which involves brushing and flossing regularly, eating a mouth-healthy diet, and visiting your dentist and/or dental hygienist for regular checkups and cleanings. Developing good dental health habits is the best way to prevent tooth decay and gum disease.

Good Brushing

Good brushing is an important part of your dental care. To do this well, make it part of your daily routine and:
  • Brush after each meal, snack, and before you go to bed. When you brush, use a fluoride toothpaste. Some fluoride toothpastes also offer tartar control, which may help slow the formation of hard mineral buildup (tartar) on the teeth. Keep a toothbrush with you when you're on the go.

Why is Regular Brushing So Important?

Because it can help you:
  • Prevent tooth decay and cavities. Tooth decay can lead to more serious problems, such as infection.
  • Prevent gum (periodontal) disease, which can damage gum tissue and the bones that support the teeth, and can ultimately cause you to lose teeth.
  • Make it possible that your teeth will last a lifetime.
  • Shorten the time you spend with the dentist and hygienist and make the trip more pleasant.
  • Save money. By preventing tooth decay and gum disease, you can reduce the need for fillings and other costly procedures.
  • Prevent bad breath. Brushing and flossing rid your mouth of the bacteria that cause bad breath.
  • Keep your teeth white by preventing staining from food, drinks, and tobacco.
  • Improve your overall health.

How to Brush Your Teeth 

  • Place the brush at a 45 degree angle where the teeth meet the gums. Press firmly, and gently rock the brush back and forth using small circular movements. Do not scrub. Vigorous brushing can make the gums pull away from the teeth and can scratch your tooth enamel.
  • Brush all surfaces of the teeth, tongue-side and cheek-side. Pay special attention to the front teeth and all surfaces of the back teeth.
  • Brush chewing surfaces vigorously with short back-and-forth strokes.
  • Brush your tongue from back to front. Some people put some toothpaste on their toothbrush when they do this. Brushing your tongue helps remove plaque, which can cause bad breath and help bacteria grow.

Facts if You Wear Braces

One of the most common issues of wearing braces, aside from the initial pain and discomfort and the occasional pain from tightenings, is the fact that you have to alter your dental care routine slightly.

Fact #1: Food gets stuck between teeth.

Fact #2: The probability of food getting stuck between your teeth increases ten-fold if you are wearing braces.

Fact #3: Braces create small wedges, nooks and crannies for food deposits, which can lead to cavities, gum problems, bad breath and areas of decalcification. Food gets stuck between braces.

Conclusion: These facts makes brushing and flossing even more important while you are wearing braces. Chewing gum and mints are never a good option - brushing regularly is the only solution.  
You need to brush your teeth more thoroughly and regularly than usual. 

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More Information?

For more information about brushing, flossing, and the care of your teeth, talk to your dentist and dental hygienist.
If you would like to learn more about oral health care and prevention of oral disease, the following organization can provide information:

Organizations

American Dental Association
211 East Chicago Avenue
Chicago, IL  60611-2678
Phone: +01(312) 440-2500
Web Address: http://www.ada.org

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