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 In November 2015 Entries

Dentists are professionals who take care of the oral health of every individual. They monitor the situation in the mouth of each patient on their regular checkups and depending on the needs they provide suitable advice. However, we should all keep in mind that each of us should maintain proper oral hygiene.

Personal hygiene and proper diet are the two factors that can prevent oral health. In addition, there a number of ways and possibilities for the maintenance of good oral hygiene in everyday life of people and we will mention some of them.


Modern toothbrushes come in different sizes – small, medium and large and they can also be soft, medium and hard. The material used in their production can be artificial or natural. Today, apart from the standard toothbrushes, there are electrical toothbrushes too. They have proven to be equally effective in removing plaque from teeth and require less effort from the users. In addition, there are interdental brushes used for cleaning areas in the mouth that are difficult to reach.

Personal hygiene

As we already said the use of toothbrushes and toothpaste are the most common method of removing leftovers and layers from the tongue, gum and teeth. It is highly recommended to brush the teeth and mouth at least twice a day (in the morning and in the evening).

Dental floss

Dental floss is an important part of set used for oral hygiene because in this way you can prevent many health conditions related to the gums and teeth. It is especially useful for removal of residue between two teeth.

Regular dental check-ups

In order to avoid any problems with your oral health, you should visit your dentist on a regular basis – at least twice a year or every 6 months.

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