What is important is the method: hold your brush horizontally to avoid giving it too much strength and clean your teeth vertically. And better to choose brushes with soft bristles or medium. Brushing removes only two-thirds of the plaque. It is therefore also necessary to use a dental floss or brushes to eliminate the interdental […] Read More

Brushing your teeth before breakfast

Following a survey, the British Dental Foundation found that over three quarters of people (81%) do not know that brushing their teeth after eating acidic foods and drinks can permanently damage their teeth. Indeed, acidic foods and drinks, such as orange, grapefruit and fruit juices that are often eaten at breakfast, soften the enamel of […] Read More

Banishing the fear of the dentist

The fear of the dentist is, or at least has been, a myth that has been traveling from generation to generation. Fortunately, this fear has been decreasing in recent times, as the sector has increasingly professionalized, incorporating techniques and new technologies that have greatly improved treatments that were once feared by all or almost all […] Read More

Back to school with good dental health

A tooth that hurts a lot or chronic dental problems can lead to difficulty eating, talking and concentrating, and dental problems can cause many children to miss school days. According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, children lose more than 750,000 school days each year as a result of dental problems and related conditions. […] Read More

The dental care brush

Gentle brush instead of hard scrubber The most important tool for dental care is the toothbrush. This should have rounded plastic bristles, the brush head must not be too large, so that any place in the mouth can be reached. Helpful are – especially with limited motor skills – electric toothbrushes. If you have sensitive […] Read More

The gums during pregnancy

The gums of pregnant women are usually more inflamed and sensitive. In addition, high levels of the hormone progesterone cause the gums to react more to the bacterial plaque that accumulates in the teeth. It is also common, although much less than bleeding gums, that during pregnancy, appears in the gum a small bump. This […] Read More