A beautiful smile is first of all aesthetic and goes through a nice set of teeth. However, teeth are not just a beauty accessory, they also have a function, that of chewing food before swallowing it. We need to take care of our teeth, and good oral health is built largely during childhood and adolescence. That said, whatever the state of your teeth, it is never too late to do well. So follow our advice to keep your teeth healthy and for a very long time!
1 – Start taking care of your teeth early! From the age of 4, children learn to brush their teeth on their own under parental supervision. Brushing should always be done from red to white, that is to saytarting from the gums and going up towards the teeth.
2 – Take care of baby teeth: Great care must be taken of baby teeth because they are essential for the development of subsequent teeth and even for the growth of the child!
3 – To prevent dental caries in children : there is a painless preventive treatment, carried out by the dentist, which consists in sealing that their good health conditions that of the permanent teeth! So, avoid giving your babies sweet bottles at night or fruit juice before sleeping.
4 – Grandmother’s tip for cleaning her teeth: If you don’t have a toothbrush or toothpaste, chew on “Louben” or bite an apple!
5 – Grandmother’s tip for whitening her teeth:
For the bravest, rub half a lemon against your teeth. Efficient and economical to whiten them! It also works with a piece of charcoal wrapped in damp cotton or even with baking soda, there on the other hand, you must not rub too much.
6 – A good brushing! Daily brushing in the morning, if possible at noon and especially in the evening, are more than recommended. Brush for at least three minutes, from top to bottom, in the corners, at the very bottom … You should know that after each meal, food residues feed the bacteria that are in our mouth. A bacterial plaque is then formed and produces acids which attack the enamel of the teeth resulting in the appearance of cavities!
7 – A good toothbrush: Some gums are more sensitive than others and in this case, a softer toothbrush should be preferred. The brushes with small heads, more manageable, make it easier to reach the back molars. You should change your toothbrush every three months maximum and more often if the toothbrush shows signs of wear with crushed bristles.
8 – Try the dental plaque revealer! For effective brushing, you can use a dental plaque revealer, which helps identify areas that require deep cleaning. On sale in pharmacies.
9 – Use dental floss ! In adults, tooth brushing can be supplemented by the use of dental floss. Where the toothbrush has difficulty accessing, you should floss to get rid of food scraps and prevent tartar build-up between your teeth.