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What happens when you brush without an electric toothbrush?

Views: 1     Author: Site Editor     Publish Time: 2021-11-25      Origin: Site

Although I am a doctor, sometimes speaking is not enough. A picture is worth a thousand words. Without using an electric toothbrush, you will never guess what you see in the square inch of your teeth before opening your mouth. I've been following a few treasure bloggers on Instagram recently, and they've been Posting some of the best things that are clinically impossible to come across. Today, through their photos to tell you about not good use of electric toothbrush brushing will have what kind of results, ahead of high-energy warning. If you see the picture can be a little bit of a wake-up call, it is worth my pains.

The two cases we saw just now were the result of a combination of various factors. But certainly, they didn't brush their teeth properly with electric toothbrushes before, and they didn't brush their teeth properly even after their teeth had deteriorated enough. Good brushing is the basic guarantee of oral health. Because "the teeth are bodhi trees, and the gums are like mirrors. Always wipe frequently, do not make dust." The bacteria in the mouth are always alive. We have to remove them regularly to keep the mouth fresh and clean. Or we could take it a step further and replace the criterion of good attitude -- "brush your teeth well with an electric toothbrush" -- with the relatively objective term "brush your teeth effectively." What is effective brushing using an electric toothbrush? There are mainly two aspects: one is whether the surface of the teeth exposed in the mouth has been covered as much as possible, which includes whether everything is covered, whether electric toothbrush has been brushed to the corners; Second, whether to brush to the location can effectively remove firmly attached dental plaque on the tooth surface. Dental plaque is a large number of microorganisms adhere to the tooth surface through a series of complex mechanisms, such as protein membrane, has a strong resistance to external forces, not toothpaste and toothbrush can remove it at will. How to brush effectively with electric toothbrush? There are also two aspects. One is the correct method of brushing teeth. The most recommended method for the public is pap brushing, because it is the best way to clean the tooth surface, the gingival sulcus and the adjacent space between teeth.

I can understand that some friends are worried that they are not used to such vibration, but almost all electric toothbrushes on the market have a variety of modes to choose from. You can start with gentle vibration. When I used electric toothbrushes for the first time, I was slapped in the face by toothpaste foam, but I got the hang of it the second time, and it was quite easy to adapt.

Electric toothbrush bristles should be praised, it uses a double-bristle process found on high-end manual toothbrushes. The short underlying bristles ensure efficient cleaning and, according to the manufacturer's report, reduce the amount of exogenous pigment on the surface of teeth. The outer long bristles are significantly slimmer, and the top of the electric toothbrush is carefully rounded, on the one hand, it can better enter the abductive gap between the teeth and penetrate into the gingival sulrows, on the other hand, the touch is softer, avoiding soft tissue damage and additional wear to the teeth.

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