Brushing teeth is an integral part of everyone’s life, but are you doing it the right way? Or your teeth are slowly suffering the burden of your ignorance.

1/ Always use a good ADA-approved toothbrush

2/ Always hold your toothbrush between your forefinger and thumb. Never apply the pressure of your entire hand.

3/ Brushing immediately after eating can damage the enamel of your teeth

4/ Similarly easting immediately after brushing is also not advised

5/ Spend proper time on brushing. Divide your mouth into quadrants spend 30 seconds on each quadrant

6/ Flossing is important. Mouthwash is not.

7/ Soft bristles are the best. Hard bristles can damage gums and enamel

8/ Always brush your tongue to avoid bad breath

9/ Don’t forget your gum line while brushing

10/ And always make sure your brush is clean. Keep it covered when not in use
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