7. Use better toothpaste for your teethFloride Toothpaste
You may see different type of toothpaste’s advertisement on the TV or hear on the radio. They are very attractive, for teeth sensitivity and teeth whitening. But those products are not always good for our teeth. It’s better if you consult with your dentist about the best toothpaste for your teeth type. Because if you use teeth sensitive toothpaste for a long time, will create many difficulties. Toothpaste with fluoride is best for our teeth for long term use. We should avoid coal and tooth powder for brush our teeth as they can decay the enamel and make spot on our teeth.
8. Floss your teeth dailyWoman flossing white teeth
Flossing cleans the surfaces between your teeth. This is important because you can’t clean there effectively with your toothbrush. As a result, if you don’t floss, food, plaque, and bacteria build up there.
(i) Use 30 cm of floss or an inter dental cleaner. Insert it between your teeth and curve it around one of the teeth. Move it up and down along the side of the tooth, and then curve around the other tooth and repeat.
(ii) Be gentle when you go below the gum line. If you are new to flossing, your gums may bleed, but after a few days, this will stop.
9. Use mouthwash regularlyA woman swishing mouthwash
Find a mouthwash that has fluoride in it. If you use a fluoride mouthwash after brushing and flossing, this will help the fluoride reach the enamel of all surfaces of your teeth. Swish the mouthwash around in your mouth for two minutes to allow it to thoroughly coat all areas of your teeth.
(i) You can also make a natural remedy using a salt solution. Put half teaspoon of salt into a glass of warm water and stir.
(ii) Don’t swallow the mouthwash because it may upset your stomach. If you want to try to kill bacteria further back in your throat, you can gargle briefly before spitting it out.
10. Keep the toothbrush clean after brushing your teethClean your toothbrush after brushing teeth
After brushing your teeth wash the brush thoroughly and properly. Then dry the brush and keep it in a hygienic place. It’s very necessary because foods particle,dust and germs have been attached with your brush and have to brush with the same dirty brush for the next day. So you should wash your brush properly, dry it and keep it in a safe and hygienic place. Then you can keep your teeth more healthy and your brushing will be more effective.
11. Never keep your toothbrush in the bathroomKeep your brush in a dry and safe place
We often keep our toothbrush openly in the bathroom. It’s not hygienic at all rather you keep it in the brush vase. If you keep your toothbrush open in the bathroom germs will take place in your brush. Again don’t keep it with other person’s toothbrush in a closed container; it may spare germs as well. Don’t keep it in a wet and dam place, as germs spare quickly in the wet place.
12. How often should you replace your toothbrush?Replace worn toothbrushes
According to the American Dental Association, we should use a toothbrush securely three to four months. It’s also your duty to replace your toothbrush when it begins to show wear, or every three months, whichever comes first. A worn toothbrush(top) can damage gum tissue. It is also very important to change toothbrushes after you've had a cold, since the bristles can collect germs that can lead to reinfection.