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Night Time Oral Hygiene

Nighttime Oral HygieneNight time oral hygiene is extremely important. Following oral health care habits throughout the day is not enough to keep your teeth and gums healthy. You should keep in mind that maintaining oral health at night is also very important to keep your smile bright. According to an experienced dentist at Brighton Implant Clinic UK, night time oral hygiene prevents bacteria from attacking your teeth at night.

In order to maintain good night time hygiene, you should follow these three steps:

  • Brushing
  • Flossing
  • Mouthwash Rinse

Brushing Your Teeth

Brushing the teeth helps prevent plaque buildup as well as tooth decay. Dentists at Brighton Implant Clinic recommend using a soft-bristled toothbrush and toothpaste that has fluoride in it to protect your teeth from bacteria. According to a professional dentist at Brighton Implant Clinic UK, the right method of brushing your teeth is to brush back and forth in tooth-wide (short) strokes. Use the tongue scraper on the back of your toothbrush to clean your tongue. You can brush your teeth before going to bed or right after having your dinner, whichever suits you best.

Flossing Your Teeth

Using a floss to clean between your teeth helps remove plaque and prevent the teeth from serious gum infections. You should floss at least once in a day to keep your pearly whites clean and shiny. Dentists recommend flossing your teeth after brushing as it will be easier to get rid of plaque while it is soft. However, if not removed, the plaque will harden, resulting in tartar formation, which can only be removed by a highly experienced dentist at a dental clinic such as Brighton Implant Clinic.

Rinsing With Mouthwash

The last step in night time oral care is rinsing your mouth with a mouthwash. This will keep plaque and cavity at bay and help you get a fresh breath.

 

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