What's the right way to brush your teeth? Have you brushed them right for so many years
Brushing teeth is something we do every day. Many people simply brush their teeth in two minutes. Have you brushed them right after so many years? Many people don't know how to brush their teeth correctly. Let's learn together. Our goal is: no cavities!
1. Brush method of upper tooth surface
Place the toothbrush at a 45 degree angle with the outer tooth surface of the tooth. Rotate the brush from top to bottom, about 2 teeth can be brushed at a time, and it is better to brush from top to bottom 10 times at a time. Use this method to brush all the upper teeth. Remember to brush all the teeth. Special attention should be paid to never use the saw type on the outer teeth, which will cause damage to the teeth.
2. Brushing the internal surface of upper teeth
For the inner surface of the upper teeth, except for the front incisors, the method is the same as that of the surface. But it's not easy to operate the front incisor part with this method, so for these teeth, we can brush the toothbrush vertically from top to bottom.
3. Brush method of lower tooth surface
The surface of the lower teeth is the same as the surface of the upper teeth. However, from the original top-down to the current bottom-up method, the purpose of this method is to be able to remove the debris in the teeth seam.
4. Brush the inner surface of the lower teeth
The inner front teeth of the lower front teeth must be brushed carefully, and the toothbrush should be vertically brushed from the bottom to the top, which is extremely prone to dental diseases. Other internal teeth are still using the external rotary brush method, which can ensure our teeth health.
5. Brush method of occlusal surface
On the occlusal surface, we can use the hacksaw brush method we are used to, because the enamel of this part of teeth is wear-resistant, and generally there is no problem in brushing.
6. Tooth tips
Finally, if you have periodontal disease, you are advised to brush your teeth after three meals every day, three minutes at a time. If you don't have periodontal disease, you should brush your teeth sooner or later, three minutes at the same time, which is conducive to keeping our teeth healthy.