The psychology of oral hygiene!

Oral hygiene is a simple behavior that looks complex and a cavity preventing behavior that looks less important than it is. I am sure that all of you have the right equipment: a good toothbrush, toothpaste, floss and mouthwash, but your behavior doesn’t match your equipment. Theoretically, if your oral hygiene behavior had been perfect, you wouldn’t have to “suffer” on your dentist’s chair until you are old and your teeth lose whiteness and start chipping. You lose calcium because of lack of exercise and the correct behavior of taking the right amount of vitamin D (I believe that you almost always take less than you should). And, what about the correct form of calcium in the climate where you live?Perfect  flossing over the years is not enough. Rinsing with a good mouthwash for 30 seconds every morning and evening followed by rinsing with 5-6 pH water can help (I believe that most people rinse less than 10 seconds that doesn’t kill bacteria). And what about rinsing with astringent water afterwards?.

Try a new behavior of oral hygiene, you might like the results!

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