Thursday, April 03, 2008

Oral Hygiene

The practice of proper oral hygiene is the most important thing you can do for your teeth and gums. In Part One, you learned that brushing alone is not sufficient to care for your teeth. In addition to brushing, your daily routine should include flossing and, depending on your particular need, the use of balsa-wood tooth-picks, gum stimulators, or water-irrigating devices.


Brushing

Proper brushing involves choosing and caring for your toothbrush as well as using it correctly. There are many different types of toothbrushes available, with a variety of sizes, shapes, and lengths. No single type is best for everyone, but soft bristles are recommended whether you use an electric or manual toothbrush.

Although electric toothbrushes are effective in plaque removal and gum stimulation, they have no proven advantage over manual toothbrushes. Some people, however, simply prefer them. Handicapped individuals, those who wear braces, and lazy children may also benefit from using electric toothbrushes. Continue Reading >>

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