The Wrong Brush
The type of bristles, the handle and the size of the brush head determines your oral health. If you’re not using the right brush, you’re teeth will suffer a lot of damage.
Brushing Too Hard
Brushing too hard is another mistake we all make while cleaning our teeth every morning. When you brush hard, your gums are getting hurt. This leads to gum infections and bleeding gums too.
Time Taken To Brush
Brush your teeth for at least 2 minutes in the morning and night before going to bed. Over brushing can lead to oral damage and less amount of time spent in brushing will lead to bad breath.
The Wrong Paste
It is important to use the right paste to suit your gums and teeth. Using the wrong paste for your teeth will only put you into more problems and might even increase your oral problems
Forgetting To Rinse Well
Never make the mistake of forgetting to rinse your mouth after brushing your teeth. Remember while brushing you’re removing particles from your mouth and forgetting to rinse will only cause the food particles to remain and lodge itself deeper into the gums.
Focus On Molars
There are a lot of people who brush the front teeth more than the rest. Focus on your molars and grinders too as they play more role in crushing your food.
Is Your Brush Really Clean?
Look at your brush and question yourself if it’s clean enough to brush your teeth with. Always make sure you change your brush once in a month.