How do you brush you teeth?

how the person brush their teeth in the morning?and how do they do?
Asked Nov 13, 2012
If you can get a sonicare toothbrush. My teeth never felt as clean as when I got one of those things.

I don't promote most gadgets. Most electric shavers and whatnot break and one is as good as another. But those toothbrushes--never had anything like them.

Answered Nov 13, 2012
It has been found that people generally brush their teeth in wrong manner. The better way to move your brush is in oval shape, it would clean your teeth better as well as don't harm your teeth corners. To know better suggestion you should visit where expert would help you to know how to brush your teeth.
Answered Apr 27, 2015
Edited Apr 27, 2015
Put toothpaste on your brush then go around your whole mouth brushing up and down for about two to four minutes on outside and on top of teeth.
Answered Nov 01, 2015
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Answered Oct 31, 2018
You should brush twice keep your teeth white and healthier.
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Answered Sep 09, 2019
Brushing your teeth is an essential element of your dental hygiene regimen. The American Dental Association suggests the following for a healthy mouth and smile:

- Brush your teeth with a soft-bristled brush twice a day. Your brush should be the right size and form for your mouth, allowing you to effortlessly reach all areas.
- Replace your toothbrush every three to four months, or sooner if the bristles are frayed, whichever comes first. A used toothbrush will not effectively clean your teeth.
- Use fluoride toothpaste that has been approved by the American Dental Association.
- Placing your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle to the gums is the ideal brushing method.
- Short (tooth-wide) strokes are used to gently move the brush back and forth.
- Brush your teeth's outside surfaces, interior surfaces, and chewing surfaces.
- Tilt the brush vertically and make numerous up-and-down strokes to clean the inside surfaces of the front teeth.
Answered Feb 08, 2022

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