How To Take Care of Tooth White and Healthy

Make it a habit to keep your teeth clean with a daily rubbing routine. But know that brushing your teeth regularly is not necessarily effective as a way to care for your teeth if the technique is not quite right.

Brushing your teeth twice a day, but teething and gum problems still happen a lot? Maybe the way you brush your teeth is still not right. The following are some points that can be a guide quoted from

Make it part of the routine

Make brushing your teeth as part of a mandatory routine, after a meal or at least in the morning and evening before bed.

Do not go too often

Brushing your teeth 2-3 times a day as a way of taking care of your teeth is an ideal amount. But brushing your teeth more than 3 times a day can damage tooth enamel and harm your gums.

Not too strong

In addition to too often, brushing your teeth too tightly also risk damaging your teeth and gums. In order to better control the movement of the brush, hold the handle of the brush as if you were holding a pencil instead of a clenched fist.

No hurry

In order for tooth brushing can be done more thoroughly, give at least 30 seconds to brush each side of the rows of teeth: right side, left side, and front.

Good technique

Hold your brush at a 45-degree angle of gum and move the brush from right to left repeatedly along the tooth. Brush the surface of the outer and inner teeth, as well as the rear molar.

Brush also the tongue and the inside of the cheek

In addition to the tooth surface, bacteria are also present on the tongue and in the right side of the left cheek. Brush also this section gently on a regular basis to reduce the smell of bad breath. Some brands provide special tools to clean the tongue.


Gargle with clean water after each rubbing each section. Ending with an antiseptic mouthwash will further support the oral hygiene and freshness of breath.

Choosing and using the right toothpaste and toothbrush is also a key to healthy teeth and gums. Unhealthy teeth and gums may be a contributing factor to the development of other health problems, such as diabetes and heart disease.