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Proper Dental Care Prevents Many Problems

Proper Dental Care
Dental care can often be overlooked due to one reason or another. It is important not to neglect a regular checkup because doing this will only lead to more complications down the road.

In addition to regularly scheduled check-ups, it is also important to get into the habit of good home dental hygiene. Doing this will help reduce the risk of tooth decay or gum disease.

When the teeth are not properly cleaned on a regular schedule, the carbohydrates from the food and beverages cause a breeding ground for bacteria, which then cause cavities. Plaque can be formed within 20 minutes of eating, so that is why it is so important to brush after every meal.

A Recommended Dental Care Routine
You can keep your dental visits to a minimum by following a regular dental care routine. This include brushing after every meal, in the morning, and before you go to bed. Also you should flaws once a day and get an check up and professional cleaning twice a year. You can also use fluoride daily for an extra boost of protection.

Tips on Why Power Toothbrushes Are Better

Unless you have been living under a rock, you have noticed a growing popularity in electric tooth brushes. You might have thought these were just a gimmick, but studies do show that electric tooth brushes do provide superior plaque removal.

Additionally, with so many different types and features available, it’s easy to find one that suits your specific oral health needs.

Superior Action
A study done in 2005 found that brushes that used rotation oscillation removed more plaque and reduced gingivitis significantly more than with manual brushes.

Ease of Use
It goes without saying that a power toothbrushes offer a convenience factor that manual brushes do not. A manual tooth brush requires manual action back and forth along your teeth; and many people do not brush their teeth in the correct manner. Power toothbrushes take all of the manual action and guess work out of brushing. You can always feel comfortable that your teeth are getting a thorough cleaning every time you brush.

Power tooth brushes are full of features to make them even easier to use. Most come with a charging holder that conveniently sits on the counter and charges them when they are not in use. They generally come with a full array of features including: interchangeable heads with varying bristle stiffness, varying brushing modes for sensitive teeth and gum messaging action, pressure sensors to signal when you are brushing too hard, and digital reminders of when you need to change your head.