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7 Dental Tips (Part 2)

7 Dental Tips (Part 2)

Published on: - By: Carlos Brian Hernandez

Continuing with last week tips, Sani Dental Group will now develop the first 4 dental tips mention in our previous blog 7 Dental Tips

Choose the Correct Toothbrush

Oral hygiene is important, but to do it right we must have the correct tools. What is better an Electronic toothbrush or Manual toothbrush?

Electronic Toothbrushes offer a wide range of benefits, these include: oral health benefits, many technological features and can even improve our brushing habits.

Some of the technologies that an Electronic Toothbrush offers include:

  • Specialized Models for sensitive teeth, whitening or gum-massaging.
  • Timer to keep track of time spent in each quadrant of your mouth.
  • Pressure sensors to avoid damage to tooth enamel.
  • Digital reminders that tell you when to replace your toothbrush head.
  • Multiple Heads options; your can choose the bristles the best suit your needs.
  • Among other features and options that will make brushing a great experience.

Regular Manual Toothbrush, while these old fashion toothbrushes don’t offer the same features as an electronic toothbrush; manual toothbrushes have many technology features in their brush heads, bristles and handle designs that compete with the electronic toothbrushes. Some of the technologies that Manual Toothbrush offers include:

  • Textured Bristles.
  • Tongue cleaner pads.
  • Multi-level Bristles.
  • Whitening design Bristles (Cupped-Bristles).
  • Ergonomically Design handles with special grips.
  • Among other features and options that will make brushing a great experience.

Choose the Correct Toothpaste

In today’s market you might feel overwhelmed by all the types of toothpaste available. Just keep a few things in mind when choosing toothpaste:

  1. The toothpaste you choose must be use everyday.
  2. The toothpaste must contain Fluoride.

There are several toothpaste options available in pharmacies or grocery stores and usually all these options have fluoride and a good flavor. Also today’s toothpaste offer many benefits and can satisfied the oral needs of virtually everybody. In addition to teeth cleaning, toothpaste offers: tartar control, antimicrobial agents or teeth whitening ingredients.

Brushing Correctly

While brushing, make sure you brush the appropriate length of time. Many dentist recommend that you brush your teeth for at least 2~3 minutes per brush; spending 30 sec per quadrant. Give each tooth the appropriate attention and don’t forget your tongue, the tongue is the home of millions of bacteria, including those that cause bad breath, plaque, tartar and tooth decay.

Floss Daily

Are you afraid of the floss? Don’t blame you; many of us never learn how to use dental floss and when we did use it blood came out. In order to obtain all the benefits of flossing you need to be sure you know the correct technique. Remember to wash your hands before you floss, you will be using your fingers and don’t want to transfer bacteria. Using the correct technique will help you remove excess food particles and plaque; here are a few tips for you:

  • Floss Length:
    • Make sure you have the appropriate length of floss, 18 -20 inches is recommended. Wrap the floss around your index finger of hand and around your index finger of your other hand.
  • Slide Between Teeth:
    • Gently slide floss between each teeth in a zigzag motion, remember to do it gentle; you don’t want floss to snap and damage your gums.
  • The “C” Form
    • Make a C shape with floss around your teeth; then pull the floss up from the gum line; remember to do it in a gentle motion.
  • Reach Every Tooth:
    • Don’t forget the teeth in the back; these teeth can also accumulate plaque, the correct use of floss will prevent this.

Carlos Brian Hernandez

Marketing Associate
Cal State San Bernardino Alumni

Disclaimer: All content shown in this blog and in any linked materials are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice. Any recommendations are based on personal, not professional, opinion only. If the reader or any other person has a medical concern about their dental care and treatments, please contact us directly. For more information please read our Disclaimers and FAQ pages.

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