How to Brush Your Teeth
The content of this page is not by author of Cure Tooth Decay, Ramiel Nagel. This is a basic how to brush demonstration video, please enjoy.
Update: Apparently normal brushing pushes plaque into the gum sulcus, where the tooth meets the gum and can contribute to gum disease. Please review the gum cleaning page for the proper way to clean gums.
Dental Health Tooth Brushing: What the Dental Hygenist Says in the Video
Brush teeth two times a day for at least two minutes per day.
The main goal of brushing is to remove plaque and build-up on the teeth.
You want to make sure to clean every side of every tooth.
Get the back teeth first, we are going to start on the inside and outside of lower teeth. When you angle the toothbrush you want to make sure you get it at a 45 degree angle to the gum line.
Use small tooth sized circles gradually moving forward. Don't do a harsh back and forth motion as this can cut the gums. You are going to the same for the lower arch. Do small circles.
You are going to do this all the way around. Same as on the inside of the teeth. 45 degree angle all the way around.
On the chewing surface move the toothbrush flat back and forth. Use the tip of the toothbrush when doing the back of the teeth. Do small circles all the way across on the bottom teeth and on the top teeth.
Adults and kids should brush twice per day. Brush in the morning after breakfast and at night before bed; this prevents plaque build-up.
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