Educational video for children to learn the steps to brushing their teeth properly. The first step is to put some toothpaste on your toothbrush; then, start cleaning at the back of your mouth from top to bottom, the outside part. The third step is to clean the inside of your teeth and then their chewing surface. After that, clean the rest of your mouth: the inside of your cheeks and your tongue. Lastly, spit out any excess toothpaste and rinse well. Remember you can use dental floss to remove food remnants or a fluoride mouth rinse to complete your oral care routine. Having a balanced diet and avoiding too many sweets are two of the best practices to keep your teeth healthy. This video belongs to a collection of Heath and Hygiene Habits videos.
The Ultimate Guide to Proper Tooth Brushing
Are you tired of dealing with pesky cavities and mouth problems? Well, I have the solution for you! Today, I’m going to show you the proper technique for brushing your teeth to keep those microorganisms like bacteria at bay.
But first, let’s talk about the basics. Do you know how long you should brush your teeth for to get them completely clean? The answer is at least two minutes. That’s right, two whole minutes of brushing to eliminate all remnants of food and keep your mouth healthy.
The Steps to Brushing Your Teeth Correctly
Are you ready to become a tooth-brushing pro? Here’s a step-by-step guide to follow:
Step 1: Use a pea-sized amount of toothpaste. A little goes a long way.
Step 2: Start with the back teeth and molars. Hold the toothbrush at a 45 degree angle and use gentle, short movements to brush the outside of your upper and lower teeth. You can also use small circular motions.
Step 3: Move on to the inside of your upper and lower teeth, and don’t forget to reach those back molars.
Step 4: Time to tackle the chewing surfaces. Use back and forth motions to clean these areas.
Step 5: Finish up by brushing gently inside your cheeks and your tongue.
Step 6: Spit out any excess toothpaste and rinse.
Bonus Tip: The Importance of Dental Floss and Mouth Rinse
While brushing your teeth is important, it’s not the only step in maintaining a healthy mouth. Dental floss can be used to remove food remnants from between the teeth, and a fluoride mouth rinse can help to complete your oral care routine.
How to Keep Your Teeth and the Environment Healthy
Now that you know the proper technique for brushing your teeth, I have one more tip for you. If you’re looking to not just take care of your teeth, but also help look after the environment, consider using a biodegradable toothbrush like mine with a bamboo stick.
By following these simple steps and incorporating dental floss and a mouth rinse into your routine, you’ll be on your way to a healthy mouth. And remember, in addition to good oral hygiene practices, a balanced diet and avoiding too many sweets are two of the best ways to keep your teeth healthy. Happy brushing, and don’t forget to flash that bright, shiny smile!