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A parent's guide to caring for baby's teeth
Choosing a Toothbrush: Why Extra Soft is Best
Using baking soda toothpaste on a regular basis provides a range of benefits

to the teeth. Baking soda is a natural ingredient that has the ability to clean and

whiten teeth and is frequently used by people who wish to save money

and have healthy teeth at the same time.

Baking Soda Toothpaste What is the Best Baking Soda Toothpaste?
For now, the most reliable approach is to use the common, time-tested agents:

baking soda and salt, or a mixture of both with hydrogen peroxide

Better to stick to a soft brush - it works better in every respect
The American Diabetes Association says using a soft-bristled toothbrush

with rounded ends is less likely to hurt your gums.

Use a soft toothbrush and replace it at least every three to four months
Tongue Scraper benefits and information
flossing is that it also has the potential to save a person from many diseases and illnesses.
Why flossing is an absolute must in preventing the severe consequences of gum disease
Use a tongue scraper along the length of the tongue to remove odor-causing bacteria
Practice scrupulous oral hygiene: Brush your teeth with a soft toothbrush

after meals and use a tongue scraper and floss at least once a day.


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