Brush your Teeth Every Day.

There is a reason why your family dentist always tells you to floss and brush your teeth.  Brushing and flossing are major parts of oral hygiene, which is a major part of overall health.  The mouth is the gateway to your lungs and digestive system.  This is why it is important for your mouth to be clean.  If you have too much plaque on your teeth, you will inevitably ingest some of it every time you eat or drink something.  Bacteria and bits of old food will then enter your digestive tract.  This exposes you to extra germs.  It also damages your arteries and heart.  Brushing and flossing regularly also reduces the likelihood that you will develop diabetes and a plethora of other conditions.  There are different kinds of toothbrushes available.  Many dentists recommend electric toothbrushes over manual toothbrushes.  Manual toothbrushes do not contain any electrical equipment.  Electrical toothbrushes rotate their bristles using electrical energy.  They can generate more cleaning power than a manual brush.  There are certain brands of electric toothbrushes that are especially effective.  These brushes boast dentist-office caliber cleaning.  This may be an exaggeration, but they are extremely effective, nonetheless.  Regardless of your toothbrush, you should brush for a full two minutes each time.  You should do this no less than twice a day.  This will reduce your risk of health issues.  Ideally, you should brush your teeth after every meal, but many people find this difficult.  Your dental care specialist can also describe the proper way in which to brush your teeth.  Many people are not thorough enough.

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