1. When selecting a tooth brush look4 small head, comfortable grip. 2. Replace every 3 months. 3. Brush thoroughly with a fluoride t/p. 4. Brush for at least 2 min 2 times a day or more often if dentist recommends. 5. Brushing process removes plaque and food. 6. Brush from the inner, outer and biting surface of your teeth. 7. Brush an angle to the gums-brush in circular or elliptical fashion. 8. Brush the outer surface of each tooth, upper and lower keeping the bristles. 9. Use the same method on the inside surfaces of all the teeth. 10. To clean the inside surfaces of the front teeth, tilt the brush vertically make several small circular strokes with the front part of the brushes. 11. Brushes the chewing surfaces of the teeth. 12. Inter dental brushes are similar to dental floss or tape. 13. Inter dental brushes remove plaque and food partials from between your teeth and under the gum line, areas the brush can’t reach. 14. Gently move back and forth between the teeth to remove plaque and clean between the gum lines 15. Do not jerk the brush or stab the brush in to the gums 16. Don’t force in to very tight surfaces. 17. when using id brush , keep a regular pattern, start the top from left to right and same for lower teeth. 18. it is also important to clean around the edges of any crowns, bridges or implant. 19 . inform if:  Bleeding gums if brushing or eating  Sore gums  Receding gums or tooth appearing longer.

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