Posts tagged “tooth brushes”

Brushing your way to happiness in Sunbury

If you are going to fight back against all of the things that threaten your oral health in Sunbury, best then that you get a damn good toothbrush in order to fight the perils that cause problems in your mouth. One of the biggest protagonists in your mouth is plaque; let this through the back door and you will be setting yourself up with gum disease and tooth loss if you don’t keep it under control. Finding yourself a good brush is just the start you need to stave off plaque and if you trawl the shops, you are spoilt for choice. Many people go for electric brushes these days and for good reason: they are fabulous, they rip away plaque from the surfaces of your teeth, do all the hard work for you and are amazing for removing this ever present problem; some are specifically designed to attack right where plaque threatens your teeth, so shop wisely. Also, don’t be afraid to approach your dentist or professional people about this because it is vital to get things right with your oral health. Mulberry Dental Care surf the whole of the area with their expertise; if you have any questions about anything in your mouth- call them and they will point you in the right direction.

You and the Tooth Brush in Surrey

Oral hygiene is a must for us all in Surrey, and when we are not leaning on the dentist for help, it is down to us to be responsible for our teeth at home. However, whilst on the subject of the dentist, this is the best starting point for advice. Oral hygiene starts with ensuring that you get the right brush you need and that you know how to use it. That might sound silly, but it’s incredible how many people still have problems brushing their teeth; your dentist knows your mouth, they seen it, worked on it, been inside it- so they’re are perfect to chat to about getting the right brush i.e., there’s no point getting a hard bristled brush if you have sensitive teeth and gums, etc, etc, your dentist can set you straight on this. Then it’s down to personal preference and, a little bit of trial and error before you get it exactly right. Most popular today are the incredible selection of electric brushes- some pulse, some go up and down, others round and round, but whatever one you opt for, they are very efficient and take all of the hard work out of brushing. One thing is very important about brushes and that’s the bristles. These should be cleaned after brushing to prevent the build up of bacteria, and it is widely agreed in dental circles, that they be changed after about 6 months.