Tips for healthier teeth

In order to have that perfect set of teeth, one needs to have a good toothbrush that is the most suited for him/her. Often Dentists advise to use a small or medium toothbrush with a handle that is best suited to you. When it comes to bristles, use a soft or medium type brush that is hard enough but won’t be damaging to your teeth. Brushing at least twice everyday has been advised for ages by all the dentists. Don’t overdo on the number of times you brush every day since it could damage your gums. Also, don’t brush for too long. Just brushing for 2-3 minutes will be good enough. Wash your mouth each time you eat sugary food substances for better dental health.

Also keeping your toothbrush in the right place is also very important in maintaining your dental hygiene. You should not keep your toothbrush in the bathroom because of the dampness that is present over there. You should keep your toothbrush in a cupboard or in a dry area or at least cover your toothbrush with a toothbrush cap after it dries. You should always rinse your toothbrush before using it. You should also change your toothbrush after every three months, which is also recommended by dentists all around the world.

Now brushing with the right toothpaste that is best suited for you is the most important aspect of maintaining your oral hygiene. A good toothpaste should have all the essential ingredients that are required in the overall hygiene of the teeth. Vithoba toothpaste is the kind of toothpaste that can be used by people of all ages. Being an Ayurvedic toothpaste it has all the essential ingredients that are required for the well being of one’s teeth, minus the chemicals, because of all these qualities Vithoba can be termed as the best Ayurvedic toothpaste in the market.


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