Daniel Cook
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Daniel Cook
1,882 Views · 4 years ago

At URBN Dental, we provide you with top oral hygiene tips to help keep your mouth clean, healthy, and happy. Your manual toothbrush usually comes equipped with a tongue cleaner on the back of its head. That can be helpful in scrubbing your tongue, or you can also use a tongue cleaner. By using simple forward motions on the tongue, you can rid the area of plaque and bacteria which often cause bad breath, gingivitis, and harmful mouth ulcers.

Daniel Cook
1,864 Views · 4 years ago

At URBN Dental, we offer the best dental services and highest quality care for your gum tissue health. Proper flossing techniques prevent your gum tissue from swelling, which often occurs from food and debris catching between your teeth. A routine dental cleaning every 6 months is recommended to maintain gum tissue health. Skipping bi annual checkups and improper flossing techniques often lead to periodontal disease which usually require a dental deep cleaning to undo tissue damage.

Daniel Cook
1,195 Views · 4 years ago

URBN Dental is here not only to take care of your tooth decay and prevent gingivitis, but also to give you the best at home dental care instructions as well. Do you find brushing your teeth confusing, or are you unsure whether or not you are brushing correctly? The golden standard when it comes to brushing teeth is brushing twice a day for two minute sessions each. You can break down the mouth into four quadrants: upper right, upper left, lower left, and lower right. By doing this, it will be easier for you to brush for thirty seconds in each area and focus on the correct movement instead of location. It is very important to angle the toothbrush at a forty five degree angle to the tooth and gums while using circular motions to remove food debris and plaque. When it comes to your front teeth, using the brush in a vertical position and combining it with circular motions is effective. Using the dental techniques will ensure healthier teeth that are cavity free and less bleeding gums.

Daniel Cook
1,078 Views · 4 years ago

URBN Dental is at your service to provide professional dental tips and quality service. Do you ever wonder how often you should be changing your toothbrush (or toothbrush head if you are using an electric one)? Switching your electric head or tossing your toothbrush is recommended every three months. If you are sick or have a cold sore or canker sore, it’s highly suggested to also switch your brushes. The toothbrush bristles can contain a lot of harmful bacteria and need to be replaced to decrease your risk of potential systemic illnesses. Also the bristles themselves can get worn and frayed and will decrease the efficiency of the toothbrush. Without replacing the toothbrush bristles, you suffer from a greater risk of encountering gum disease and cavities, so be sure you swap those bristles! Schedule a dental appointment now to learn more! Click on our website to book today: https://www.urbndental.com/

Daniel Cook
1,456 Views · 4 years ago

Have you ever wondered if your toothbrush bristles are too hard or soft or whether or not it even mattered? Contrary to popular belief, the extra soft or soft bristle option is the best choice you can make when it comes to selecting your bristle. The soft bristles are gentler on the gums and because of their delicate nature, it’s easier for them to glide in between teeth. Using hard or medium bristles increases your risk of receding gums and also heightens tooth sensitivity, since you are wearing down the enamel on your teeth with the rough nature. Schedule a dental appointment now to learn more! visit : https://www.urbndental.com/

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