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Dr Chhaya Chauhan (GDC: 83940) discusses every one of the vital points you require to learn about looking after your teeth. ===. Composed Articles. – – #teeth #dentist #dentalcare #dentalhealth #dentalhygiene #electricteeth. ===. 0:00 Brushing your teeth. 0:55 Using a hand-operated tooth brush. 1:17 Demonstration – How to make use of a hand-operated tooth brush properly. 3:13 Using an electrical tooth brush. 3:51 Demonstration – How to utilize an electrical tooth brush properly. 5:39 Replacing a brush or a tooth brush head. If you do not clean your teeth, 7:09 What occurs. 7:58 Fluoride tooth paste – Why is it helpful for teeth? 9:41 Bleeding gum tissues. 10:32 The significance of interdental cleansing. 14:53 How to utilize interdental brushes. 15:44 How to floss. When to make use of mouth wash, 18:18. 19:20 Spit do not wash. 20:37 Eating. 22:30 Routine. 23:51 Visiting the dental practitioner. 25:39 Common errors. 28:17 Basic oral treatment fast recap. ===. Dental Care Tips – ===. Subscribe – ===. Allow’s Connect:. Internet site – Instagram – Facebook – Twitter – ===. ❓ Who are we? Electric Teeth are an independent organisation concentrated on aiding you to take much better treatment of your teeth and also dental wellness. We aid you in choosing the ideal tooth brush or tooth paste. We assist you to recognize typical oral health and wellness concerns such as degeneration or gum tissue condition. We describe all the important things you want to find out about regular oral therapies such as what they include, as well as what they set you back. We show exactly how excellent dental treatment does not require to be made complex or pricey. Concerning us – Values – ===. ⚖ Disclaimer:. The components of this video clip is details, NOT dental/medical suggestions. Some web links are associate web links which we make a compensation from. Complete disclosure –

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  1. 0:00 Brushing your teeth
    0:55 Using a manual toothbrush
    1:17 Demonstration – How to use a manual toothbrush correctly
    3:13 Using an electric toothbrush
    3:51 Demonstration – How to use an electric toothbrush correctly
    5:39 Replacing a toothbrush or a brush head
    7:09 What happens if you don’t brush your teeth
    7:58 Fluoride toothpaste – Why is it good for teeth?
    9:41 Bleeding gums
    10:32 The importance of interdental cleaning
    14:53 How to use interdental brushes
    15:44 How to floss
    18:18 When to use mouthwash
    19:20 Spit don’t rinse
    20:37 Eating right
    22:30 Routine
    23:51 Visiting the dentist
    25:39 Common mistakes
    28:17 Basic dental care quick summary

    1. @Vignesh Kumar Don’t forget she is human and could have misspoke! and sometimes things are just a little overkill and overstated a everything else, we just gotta receive the knowledge and take the good out of it and apply it to our benefit😁

  2. Spit but not rinse? Ewwww. I’ve always rinsed and I never had any problems so I’ll continue rinsing. Just chilling with toothpaste in mouth sounds very weird.

  3. Wow. Thats how you’re meant to floss!!? Bloody hell had no idea you went so deep into the gum! I’ve been flossing wrong for my whole life!

  4. Nov 17, 2022 This is a friendly reminder from me, Irene Imanil with nevi (real, King Philip, II and Gaudencio Laca bloodline) that I have a dental appointment on November 28, 2022 and I need to be indoor especially at night before then to get a good night sleep prior to that dental appointment. It has been over two years since the last time I saw my dentist at CV Alegre in Rt. 16, Harmon, GU, but I did teeth cleaning using dental kit I bought from Longs Drugs in 2021.

    My brother Jonathan also need dental check up and cleaning to preserve his teeth. Poor oral hygiene and cavity build up gives the most ache later that’s because the nerve endings that innervate the blood vessels to the mouth sit right on top of those vessels and when toot ache sits in, it’s a pulsating pain that ones feel. I felt that tooth ache of dire pain at age 10 or before the age of 13.

    With good oral hygiene as described above, one doesn’t have to have yearly prophylaxis. I know it’s work especially if one is so tired and wants to go to bed without teeth brushing. It’s a good practice to dental floss before teeth brushing and maybe even after brushing, (but that is too much, gauge the deposit of food particles in between teeth.) I remember having a room mate who flossed after teeth brushing but not before. It was in Oregon. But I flossed before brushing. Thoroughly rinse with clean water after brushing.

    Have two kinds of toothbrush. Soft toothbrush for morning toothbrushing if one doesn’t eat breakfast or even after breakfast. Medium tooth brush at night. Gently brush the tongue to scrape deposits of chewed, fine food particles. The pressure applied when brushing gives a problem of abrasion not only the teeth but also the gum and the gum line that teeth gets sensitive even with drinking water. How much more with hot soup.

    With good oral hygiene, one can see a dentist every 1.5 to 2 years. When that happens, the dentist can serve more people. But keep in mind that the dental patient has to routinely follow proper, good dental care. And I said it take work.

    Orlando Ferrer Imanil has thick set of teeth both in the lower and upper teeth that is genetically inherited. When one has that teeth, it is a great challenge to build cavity that’s because the bugs have a hard breaching the teeth of calcium carbonate component. I inherited 50% of Orlando Ferrer Imanil’s teeth in that my upper teeth is thicker than my lower teeth. No cavities in the upper teeth, but I have one, and one is coming up, that’s because the dentist in GU kept poking one. The other half clearly is from my mother. How do we know this? The dentist measured the thickness of my teeth and found out that my upper teeth is thicker than my lower teeth.

    Orlando is Agripina’s son. All of Agripina’s son have no halitosis, but Agripina of Philippines had and she lost all her teeth early and wore denture. No such thing as inherited halitosis. It is rather environmental when one doesn’t have good hygiene.

    I am in HI and I see many people with edentulous, with poor hygiene. I know I can be a good dentist engage in prophylaxis cleaning one’s teeth every a couple of years. I’m into teeth preservation more than teeth extraction. So help me get involved with dental care and I can do pro bono on weekends. Dental insurance companies are more likely to reimburse 100% cost of dental care if one sees a dentist every couple of years. For one requiring dental filling, don’t have to wait 2 years, make an appointment at one’s convenience to patch the cavity tooth. Don’t do oral prophylaxis and oral extraction/surgery at the same time. Wait at least 3 months for the next procedure.

    1. If that is the case you probably need to see a dental professional to have an assessment to see if there is a cause for the bleeding and the necessary resolution.

  5. The video overall is thorough and clearly communicates and demonstrates well on how to care for your teeth. One glaring exception is the part that talks about flouride strenthening teeth and that any toothpaste will do. Here is some knowledge that wasn’t mentioned in regards to toothpaste.
    The inside lining of your mouth – your oral mucosa – can absorb more than 90 percent of what it comes in contact with.
    This means any ingredient in your toothpaste, including a potentially hazardous one, is likely to pass directly into your bloodstream.
    Ingredients such as; Sodium Fluoride,Triclosan,Hydrated Silica
    Glycerin, Sorbitol, PVM/MA Copolyme, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
    ,Cellulose Gum, Sodium Hydroxide
    ,Carrageenan, Propylene Glycol,
    Sodium Saccharin, Mica,
    Titanium Dioxide, FD&C Blue No.1
    and D&C Yellow No.10.

  6. According to the ADA, fluoride makes tooth enamel stronger and more resistant to tooth decay. It helps re-mineralize weakened tooth enamel and may reverse early signs of tooth decay. However, recent research challenges the ADA’s long-held belief. A 2010 study found that the supposedly beneficial layer that forms on your teeth from fluoride is only six nanometers thick.
    To appreciate how thin this is, you’d need 10,000 of these layers to equal the width of a single strand of hair!
    And here’s the real kicker… Simple chewing disrupts this so-called protective layer! The biggest problem with fluoride is that it carries a poison warning and can accumulate in your tissues and bones. Research the topic before subjecting yourself or your children to flouride.

    1. Hey. To be honest I have little knowledge of the Ghanaian electric toothbrush market. Most large pharmacies should stock them and maybe your dental office too.

  7. All Stores 900,000 Please Lower the price of all Brands of Military Equipment and Local for All Brands of Dental Care Products and Production Cost Now 900,000 That’s Too Much $$ 900,000 Now The Whole World 900,000 Now 🙏 🤲 🕍 🕌 ⛪ 🛕

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