Excessive brushing is bad!

Excessive brushing is a habit that can have negative consequences for your oral health. Too much and frequent pressing of the hard bristles of the toothbrush to the teeth can lead to abrasion of the enamel, tooth hypersensitivity, damage to the gums and exposure of the tooth roots. These changes increase the risk of tooth decay, periodontal disease, and even tooth loss.

Dental disease can have a negative impact on the overall condition of the body, as it promotes the spread of bacteria from the mouth into the bloodstream and other organs. These bacteria can cause various diseases, such as cardiovascular diseases, digestive system ailments or inflammation of the joints.

There is strength in gentleness

To prevent overzealous scrubbing, follow these rules:

  • use a soft bristle brush
  • massage teeth and gums gently with small circular motions, without pressing
  • brush your teeth for no longer than 2-3 minutes, at least twice a day
  • use toothpaste containing hydroxyapatite, a mineral that strengthens the enamel and fills its cavities - our Natural Toothpaste is the answer.
  • clean interdental spaces with dental floss or irrigator. This allows you to get rid of food particles and plaque - the main pathogen of the oral cavity
  • eat products rich in protein, calcium, phosphorus and iron, which affect the mineralization and development of hard tooth tissues
  • visit your dentist regularly and treat any cavities or periodontal disease.

The smile for a lifetime

Teeth are made of several layers of tissue, including the enamel covering the crown. Enamel is the hardest tissue of the human body, but it requires careful treatment. Brushing your teeth vigorously is not good for your oral health and can lead to serious problems. Therefore, it is worth taking care of proper hygiene of teeth and gums, regularly checking the condition of the teeth and correct oral hygiene. By following these simple rules, you can enjoy a healthy and beautiful smile all your life.

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