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You Are Making
By now, you probably already know
the basics of taking care of your teeth.
You may brush and floss on a daily
basis and use mouthwash to keep
your smile bright.
But even as an adult, you could be
making a few dental health mistakes.
Recognizing these errors makes it
possible to correct them before you
harm your teeth.
Busy mornings can leave you
While you feel good knowing you
brushed your teeth, it might
not be enough.
For optimum cleanliness, you need
to brush for a full two minutes.
You also want to make sure that
you are brushing both the inside
and outside surfaces of your teeth.
Try turning your toothbrush so that
you can reach the back of your teeth
with the tip of the head.
Being thorough can turn this
two minute portion of each morning
and evening into one of the most
beneficial parts of your day.
Keeping a soda on your desk may
help you perk up at work.
Or, you may enjoy slowly sipping
on a glass of wine in the evenings.
Both of these habits can expose your
teeth to acid for long periods of time.
Too much exposure to acid causes
cavities and may make your
If you do want a sugary or acidic
beverage, then try to drink it within
a reasonable time frame.
This reduces how long the acids stay
in contact with your teeth.
Once you finish, rinse your mouth
with water to further prevent
After you eat, your tooth enamel
is slightly weakened from the acid
in your food.
This effect lasts for around
20 to 30 minutes.
If you brush too soon, you risk
removing some of the enamel.
This can lead to tooth sensitivity
Leave enough time in your schedule
to brush your teeth after waiting
for a half hour after your meals.
As hard as it might be to believe,
you can harm your teeth by overdoing
your oral hygiene routine.
Brushing more often than two