Children should know that proper brushing provides fresh and clean in our mouth and this in turn favors a beautiful smile.
Good Hygiene dental, as we have always said contributes to the general welfare and avoid discomfort and disease, which is why it is important that brushing becomes a daily routine to get up, lie down and after each meal.
The regularity of brushing is crucial, because plaque is formed continuously, and only removing it again and again can avoid adverse effects. But not only is important to wash your teeth several times, but also how or technique used. If brushing is wrong, does not fulfill its purpose and, worse, can damage teeth and irritate the gums.
Is necessary and important that the parents of family know the correct technique of brushing the teeth in order to show his children, because if the procedure does not learn well from the beginning, then it is difficult to correct.
If you notice that your four-legged cocky have bad breath or teeth change color is better than take him to the vet.
Brushing our dogs is very important, believe it or not, to prevent periodontal disease mainly because if your pet has all his teeth will be a healthy dog.
We note that if our dog is missing his front teeth, incisors, his tongue will come out to outside, which can hurt her.
First to prevent dental ills in our dogs, they should have a good balanced diet and tooth brushing regularly. Read the rest of this entry »
Have white teeth and a beautiful face is available to all, as long as they make the practices necessary to maintain and preserve oral hygiene. The oral care for an excellent smile is based primarily on three practices: brushing teeth, flossing and routine examination with a dentist every 6 months.
Tooth brushing is the cornerstone of a beautiful smile, it is everyday practice is more prevalent in relation to the care of teeth. It is highly recommended that brushing be performed 5 times a day: at awakening, after meals and right before bedtime.
How should brush your teeth?
There is a myth about the toothbrush, because people do not know what to buy “the ideal bristle brush hard or soft? There are two reasons why it is more advisable to a soft bristle brush, even when sometimes the conventional wisdom says otherwise. Read the rest of this entry »
The mouth is a part of our body that performs functions vital to feeding, breathing and communication among others. It reflects the health of the whole body. The health of our mouth is projected on the appearance we show to others is an important factor in our human relationships.
Good oral hygiene remains healthy all components of our mouth, the correct application of the technique of brushing after every meal and flossing are key elements in this task. Oral hygiene should be maintained at any age, is the basis for preventing caries lesions as well as achieving and maintaining success in any treatment that is carried in the mouth.
A healthy mouth reflects harmony and projects us as people we care for our health and appearance.
If you would like to maintain the health of your mouth, ask for a quote, here we explain the methods of prevention and hygiene requirements.
For brushing teeth to effectively discharge its mandate, it must become a daily routine when you wake up after each meal and again before bedtime. Consistency is crucial, because plaque is formed continuously, and only removing it again and again can avoid adverse effects. But as important as respect this rule is to undertake a proper technique: If brushing is wrong, does not fulfill its purpose and, worse, can be harmful, damaging the teeth and irritate the gums. It is important that parents know what is the correct technique for brushing before teaching their children, because if the procedure does not learn well from the beginning, then it is difficult to correct.
Better yet, can request the assistance of a dentist, who, with the help of special models, may make it easier and effective understanding of the art and also, if necessary, you can monitor how the child performs. It is worth repeating in these areas because studies show that there is about a large percentage of children who do not brush their teeth often enough and, even among those who do, many do not know how to brush properly. If brushing is considered as what it is, a technique, and learn to do well, you will be sure to protect your teeth.
Why brush your teeth after eating?
The mission of brushing is to remove plaque, home to some germs that are part of the bacterial flora of the mouth and, although not pathogenic, to degrade the sugars from food produced some acidic substances which can impair tooth surface. Although bacterial plaque is formed continuously, the most damaging action develops after eating, when acid production is higher because the germs have then with nutrients which are also fed. It is therefore essential to brush your teeth after each meal and before that within thirty minutes, which is what it takes for bacteria to produce acid secretions.
Let’s step by step
1. The proper brushing the outside.
The outside surface of the teeth is comparatively better than the others, because it is in contact with the lips and that is more accessible to brushing. However, it is the one that may suffer from improper technique: they have to brush each and every one of the teeth, on its outer side, from the gum and a vertical scanning movement, both for the lower teeth as for higher.
In the case of the lower teeth, the movement must begin at the edge of the gum and go from the bottom, toward the free edge
The external face: The teeth should be brushed with vertical movements, making a sweeping action.
As for the upper teeth, brushing should also commence on the edge of the gum and go from top to bottom.
2. The proper brushing the inner surface
Careful brushing the inside of the teeth is of great importance, since it is not so easy to perform and therefore often neglected. Moreover, it is also common food debris accumulate in the small gaps between tooth and tooth or between teeth and gums, and naturally can be removed with brushing. For children, this part of the brush is that it is more complex, and therefore that the explanation should be made to them is as clear as possible. Moreover, it is best to use a small brush and anatomically shaped with an angle between the head and handle to provide access to all corners of the mouth.
The inner surface should be brushed from the boundary between the teeth and gum to the free edge, with a sweeping motion is achieved by rotating the wrist. Action must be repeated several times in each sector, both upper and lower teeth.
3. Proper brushing of the face biotechnological
Brushing the upper surface of the premolars and molars, used to grind food, it is nothing short of fundamental. occlusal surfaces of these teeth has many small grooves and fissures where plaque accumulates and is easy to start a cavity. Although all teeth may be affected by this disorder, the most common location for children related to the parts premolars and molars. It is therefore advisable to apply a special care in cleaning, brushing the inner and outer faces and coming into contact with food in the act of chewing, and dedicating the process a period of time sufficient to ensure complete elimination of plaque.
To clean the chewing side premolars and molars, so support the brush and make a series of circular movements so that the tip of the bristles to penetrate the grooves and fissures. The procedure should be in all upper and lower parts of the denture.
Why massage the gums?
It should complement the cleaning of the teeth with a gum massage to activate blood circulation, tones the tissue and also facilitate the removal of food debris accumulated in the groove between the gum and teeth. To carry out this massage is to use a dry brush without toothpaste brush should be supported at a slight angle against the gum, and then conducts a series of slight movements from front to back, without moving the brush technique is repeated along both gums as often as necessary to get them a massage in their entirety.
The danger of improper brushing
As important as brushing is to adequately prevent improper brushing inefficient and damaging as that which is done by vigorously moving the brush horizontally to either side. Apparently this is the easiest and most convenient way to brush your teeth but it is useless because it not only starts the plaque from all tooth surfaces as does the vertical brushed it drags on the teeth. Action is also dangerous because a strong horizontal brushing can damage the surface of the teeth and irritate the gums.
A good technique of brushing teeth will guarantee the health of your mouth right. If parents are unaware of how or what is the correct technique of brushing, may request the assistance of the dentist, who with the help of models will make it easier and effective understanding .
Parents are responsible for teaching proper brushing technique for children. It is necessary to have the correct technique of brushing teeth as the studies made ??in this regard reveal a large percentage of children who do not brush their teeth often enough and there are many who can not brush properly.
The steps for a good brushing are:
Use a small amount of toothpaste, with adequate amounts of fluoride. Verify that your children do not swallow the toothpaste.
Children should use a soft toothbrush. First you brush the inside surface of each tooth, which is where most plaque accumulates. Brush gently from posterior to anterior. Read the rest of this entry »
How I can watch my toothbrush?
To keep your toothbrush and your health, make sure it dries between uses. Toothbrushes can be breeding grounds for germs, fungus and bacteria, which may increase over time. After using the brush, shake it vigorously under running water and stand upright for ventilation.
To prevent viruses and bacteria (colds or flu) is passed between brushes, try to keep your brush is in contact with others. A toothbrush holder with slots for several brushes vertically, is an investment that is worth having on the health of your family.
How often should I change my toothbrush?
Most dentists agree that the toothbrush should be changed every 3 months. Studies have shown that after 3 months of regular use, a toothbrush is less effective at removing plaque from teeth and gums, compared with a new toothbrush. The bristles break down and loose their effectiveness in getting to hard to reach areas around the teeth. Read the rest of this entry »
The first toothbrushes dating from 1,600 BC Since then, the technology of this type of product has come a long way. The techniques used to remove plaque supragingival are very old. The earliest records date from around 1600 BC (Carranza and Shklar 2003).
In 1996, VITIS born. The first toothbrush VITIS, rounded head, with cap and anatomic handle, as was done in Dent. VITIS brushes are adapted to the oral cavity optimizing the technique of brushing, allowing maximum removal of bacterial plaque (dental biofilm).
Features and parts of the brush VITIS
VITIS brushes adapt the design, shape, size and hardness of the different parts of the tool to become more personal hygiene and effective for every type of mouth.
Research by University College London, shows that people who do not brush your teeth at least twice a day, more likely to suffer from heart disease.
Studies have shown that good oral hygiene habits in six out of ten subjects of study participants and that this is associated with development of heart disease, has also been shown that inflammation of the mouth and gums play an important role in the process of arterial blockage.
For the current ideal of beauty today, including possible white teeth. In the course of a life changed the color of the teeth, however, by various stimulants such as tea, coffee or nicotine out from the outside or from inside by malnutrition. If these stains too strong, there are ways to lighten your teeth and remove the discoloration.
For tooth whitening, there are three different methods that can be carried out by dentists, the “Home bleaching” the “in-office bleaching” and the “walking bleach” technique.
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