"Dip a toothbrush in water - rinse after brush" can cause unexpected harm to your teeth.

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"Brush your teeth" do not dip the brush in water. Do not rinse your mouth before brushing your teeth. More beneficial for the teeth Because the water may reduce the fluoride content in toothpaste That help prevent tooth decay The saliva in the mouth is enough to create a lather in the toothpaste. And should not rinse with too much water after brushing teeth
It is believed that many people should have squeezed toothpaste onto the toothbrush. And open the faucet to let the water flow through the toothbrush a little Or dipped the brush in a glass of water before brushing your teeth Because I want the toothpaste to create more lather in brushing teeth It is easier to brush our teeth, but actually this method of brushing may not be as effective for our teeth as it should be.
It is not recommended to immerse the brush with toothpaste in water. Rinse your mouth after brushing your teeth several times.
Dip a toothbrush with toothpaste in water. Or open the tap to run through the brush a little before brushing your teeth. May reduce the amount of fluoride in toothpaste. The effectiveness of the fluoride in toothpaste that is supposed to help prevent tooth decay is also less. Including after finishing brushing Rinsing several times with water also reduces the amount of fluoride on the teeth.
Brush your teeth dry, minimize water use as much as possible. Better for your teeth
Dentists recommend brushing your teeth with pure toothpaste without water. Between brushing teeth in the mouth Saliva in the mouth is sufficient to create a lather of toothpaste. And after spitting out the toothpaste Rinse your mouth as little as possible. Just one time is better To preserve as much fluoride on the teeth as possible
Brush your teeth properly
Do not forget that brushing your teeth with color left and right back and forth. May not help keep food debris from between teeth The brush should be brushed from the root of the tooth attached to the gum out to the tip of the tooth. And brush both outside and inside. Brush your teeth 2-3 minutes and do not forget to brush your tongue. To reduce plaque in the mouth
Check your teeth every 6 months
For good mouth and teeth health Make sure to see your dentist for a dental check every 6 months. If there is tartar, it should be scraped off. To prevent tooth decay as well

Posted 27 Jan 2021

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