You’ve Been Brushing Your Teeth Wrong This Entire Time
You must think that after all this time you have perfected simple tasks like brushing your teeth. However, we are definitely sure you are doing it wrong actually and we will tell you why. It is the motions that you use and produce with your brush that will get you rid of the plaque buildup you might have. Let’s see how to do it the right way.
How to Brush Your Teeth Properly
The technique we are talking about that you should use is called Bass, what we will use is modified Bass. This technique is used for the patient that does not have recession of the teeth. You need to place the toothbrush at a 45-degree angle into the sulcus. Then, you have to wiggle the toothbrush 3 to 5 times and roll down. The modified version is with plus the roll down. We are using that one. First, a 45-degree angle in the tissue and into the sulcus and roll down. You need to determine that amount of brushing in an area compared to the amount of plaque that you need removed. We want to overlap as we move around the mouth so that we are sure that we are getting all the areas and not missing anything.
You need to do the same motion on all the labial and buckle areas. Also, the lingual with the exact same motion used. For the lingual inferior you need to use a head to toe motion and up and down to clean them. You need to use this motion and not the modified brass because the toothbrush is very difficult to fit into these areas. That is all!
Just try this technique that we have presented and your oral health and hygiene will improve in no time. You will be extremely thankful and this is the only way that you will wash your teeth from now on, believe us. You are welcome!http://dailyhealthguardian.com/youve-brushing-teeth-wrong-time/https://i2.wp.com/dailyhealthguardian.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/You’ve-Been-Brushing-Your-Teeth-Wrong-This-Entire-Time-1.jpg?fit=1024%2C683https://i2.wp.com/dailyhealthguardian.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/You’ve-Been-Brushing-Your-Teeth-Wrong-This-Entire-Time-1.jpg?resize=150%2C150HealthBrushing,Health,Oral Hygiene,Technique,Teeth