Oral care products helps us in keeping our teeth and mouth healthy and hygienic. In today’s market we find plenty of oral care products that helps maintain one’s mouth clean and free from diseases.
Toothpaste helps us get rid of stains and bad odor in our mouth and keep it fresh at least for 12 hours. Nowadays toothpaste is made in different forms such as, a gel, a paste, a powder. The ingredients used in toothpastes can differ from one to another according to the brand and purpose. They may be specifically made for gum inflammation, best teeth whitening Sydney, reducing sensitivity and so on. When picking the right toothpaste for you, you must make sure if the product is safe and if it will give best results in what it’s produced for.
We can find two types of tooth brushes today, Manual and Electric, and both these products help Clean the insides of our mouth on a regular basis. Each have their own Pros and Cons. When selecting the best toothbrush you should consider if you have Braces, dental bridges Sydney or any oral surgeries done as the wrong product might damage or hurt your teeth and gums. The manual toothbrush is considerably the best product to remove plaque. It is also advisable to use a toothbrush with a small head and soft bristles as it is more effective in getting rid of plaque without hurting your gums. Electric toothbrushes consist of replaceable Bristol heads which are moving or vibrating.
There are two main types of electric toothbrushes. One is the sonic type which consist of a vibrating head and the other is the rotating type where the head continuously turns clock wise and anti-clockwise. Using an electric toothbrush doesn’t use up much effort as it does half the work for us, and it is a child’s favorite way for brushing their teeth.
Mouthwashes & Rinses
A mouthwash will not only freshen your breath but it also protect the teeth and gums from diseases. If you use a bacteria fighting rinse it will help you fight gum related diseases and if a rinse with fluoride is used it will ward off tooth decay. Alcohol based rinses can be harmful for kids under the age of 6, as they are most likely to swallow the rinse. You should also keep in mind, mouthwashes and rinses cannot be restored for brushing and flossing. If your dentist have asked you to use a mouthwash, it means you need to include it in your daily routine of dental care. It is also important to use the right amount of liquid as excessive use can be harmful.