When it comes to the health of your teeth and oral cavity, people are often easily confused. There are hundreds of different products on the market that promise fresh breath and a pearly smile. Good dental care comes from regular oral hygiene that is easy to maintain, effective, and simple. That is why Sol Dental brings the best tips that are indispensable for ideal dental care! It’s actually very easy, it just takes a little willpower!
Step # 1 Brush your teeth properly
This step is probably done by most people wrong. Brushing your teeth 3 times a day is a basic step towards healthy teeth. If you skip brushing your teeth, bacteria and plaque have a chance to settle, creating tooth decay and gum disease. We recommend using a soft brush that will not harm your gums. Brush your teeth for at least 2 minutes in a circular motion.
Step # 2 Dental floss; a thorough cleaning
Admit it – do you have floss at all in the bathroom? If you don’t have one, go to the pharmacy right away, and get this little miracle that is the main companion for your clean teeth. The floss allows you to access where the toothbrush cannot – between the teeth.
Step # 3 Mouthwash; refreshment and disinfection
Mouthwash is an indispensable part of dental care. It not only serves as a breath freshener, but also works against plaque, and is good against bacteria (if it contains alcohol) – some even whiten teeth. All it takes is one small sip to pour into a cork and shake in the mouth for 30 seconds.
Step # 4 Clean your tongue of bacterial deposits
Good dental care also means a clean tongue. You have probably noticed a whitish salt on the surface of your tongue by now. These are various bacteria that affect your bad breath, gum disease, and tooth decay. So get a special brush or tongue scraper that you will gently pull along your tongue, every day.
Sol Dental warmly recommends that all this has the maximum effects only if you visit your dentist regularly for preventive examinations, and possible repairs and descaling. A diet rich in carbohydrates and sugars is a source for bacteria, so try to keep their intake to a minimum, if you can. To maintain the health of your teeth, take in as many fat-soluble vitamins like A, D, K2, and E.