Oral hygiene is the cleansing of the additions and plaque layers on our teeth and between them by means of oral hygiene tools such as toothbrush, dental floss, toothbrush. Even if we do not eat anything, a plaque layer is formed by the slow deposition of microorganisms living in our mouths on the teeth. Oral hygiene is the cleansing of the additions and plaque layers on our teeth and between them by means of oral hygiene tools such as toothbrush, dental floss, toothbrush. Even if we do not eat anything, a plaque layer is formed by the slow deposition of microorganisms living in our mouths on the teeth. The plaque layer formed by microorganisms accumulates not only on our teeth, but also on the soft tissues of our tongue and mouth. The plaque layer can be removed from the teeth and between them by the application of regular oral hygiene methods. Having healthy teeth and gums can only be possible with proper oral hygiene. If the plaque and nutrient residues cannot be properly cleaned over the teeth, gingival diseases and dental caries are inevitable in the teeth. The use of proper brushing and flossing with the right technique and with sufficient frequency helps stop these problems before they occur. How to brush teeth? Remove the plaque from the teeth on the surfaces of your teeth, pull them from the tooth to the tip of the tooth and clean them with small circular movements. Then apply the same process to other tooth surfaces by moving a brush length.
Clean the rear surfaces of your teeth from the gingiva to the tip of the tooth. Be sure to place the bristles of your toothbrush in the tooth gingiva combination and brush both the front and back surfaces of all your teeth five times. Brush the chewing surfaces of your rear teeth five times with a forward and backward movement and brush the rear surface of your front teeth in the same way from the flesh to the end of the tooth. After finishing your tooth brushing, you can also brush your tongue surface slightly before pulling back. How to use the floss? Cut the floss approximately 45 cm long and insert the tips around your middle fingers. Use your thumbs to pass the floss between the teeth. Use your index fingers to flip the floss between the tongues when cleaning the lower teeth. Thread the floss in a soft and slow motion through your teeth. While doing this, be careful not to damage your gums. After passing through your teeth, flip the floss up and down to clean the plaque. Clean this process with a new, clean rope on each tooth to remove all of your teeth from the plaque. Interface Brush How to use? For teeth with a gap between them, clean the plate layer in this area by inserting and removing the interface brush into these cavities. After you wash your interface brush in the water, continue to clean the other teeth.