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Help with brushing a teeth


FamousNYLover

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I know this is transit forum.

I have silly question about brushing my teeth.

My mom thinks I not brushing teeth properly.

I need help about brushing my teeth properly.

Does anyone here dentist expert?

How can you tell if toothpaste?

How long I have to brush my teeth to keep my teeth clean?

After I finish brushing my teeth, I always check mirror and touch my teeth if it makes clean sound.

Please help.

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Crest/Colgate = Best toothpaste in my opinion. I brush my teeth for 3-4 minutes if I'm fanning all day, and 2 minutes before fanning if I am fanning for part of the day, and then 2 minutes again when I come back. It all depends.

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I missed a word.

How can you tell if my toothpaste wears out?

 

Toothpaste cannot wear out, it either does the job or it doesn't. If the current one you have isn't doing it, switch over to Crest or Colgate.

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I missed a word.

How can you tell if my toothpaste wears out?

When people shorten thier conversations with you, and don't eat hot chili dogs before talking to someone.
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1. Use Crest or Colgate toothpaste (any type of Crest/Colgate)

2. You're supposed to brush your teeth for at least 2 minutes in the morning and at night

3. Press down when you're brushing, but not on the gums.

4. Brush systematically. Brush the inside of the lower left, then inside of the lower right, then inside center, inside upper left, inside center, inside upper right, then do the same for the outside.

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Your Toothbrush should be replaced every 6 months.

 

Six?! I'd say two months, three tops. Speaking of which, I'm due for a new toothbrush right around now, so I'll buy one tomorrow :)

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Brush for two minutes. Thirty seconds on each corner of your mouth.

 

Ding ding, we have a winner! :cool:

 

Using swirl-flick motions, flicking to the crown or chewing surface of the tooth, farther back in the mouth around to the front.

 

Make sure you get your cheeks, gums, roof of your mouth, and the very back of your tongue as well!

 

- A

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