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General oral care habits include the daily routine for good teeth, gums as well as other oral structures.

Oral care for kids

Q1. When should we start brushing our kid’s teeth?

At the age of 6 months when small baby teeth start erupting in the mouth.

Brush with a soft cloth, your clean finger or an extremely soft baby tooth brush.

After an age of about 1 or 11/2 year start using less than a rice grain sized of tooth paste.

Q2. What kind of a tooth paste is to be used?

Fluoride less toothpaste is recommended till the age of 2 years to avoid any problems.

Toothpaste containing fluoride is to be used after the age of 2, as it makes the teeth strong.

Fluoride repairs the enamel layer.

It reduces the possibilities if cavities.

As long as correct amount of tooth paste is used it won’t cause any harm.

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Q3. How to brush the teeth?

Use a soft toothbrush to avoid any harm to gums after the age of 1 year.

Try tilting your baby’s head slightly downwards to avoid swallowing of the paste.

After a certain age train to spit out the paste.

Induce a habit of thorough rinsing!

Take only a small amount of a paste.

Move the brush in gentle circles on the outer surfaces of the teeth and then on the inner surfaces of the teeth and then encourage your child to spit out the toothpaste.

Q4. When should I first consult the dentist?

Concern the pediatric dentist after your child turns around one year old!

Q.5 How do I keep the cavities away from my child’s teeth?

Fluoride toothpaste does all the work for you in that case!

Teach your child to brush their teeth twice a day. Flossing always comes handy too.

Limit the intake of certain foods or clean the teeth properly after eating sticky substances.

Q.6 How to protect my child’s teeth from chocolate?

The sugar from chocolates may cause tooth decay. The only way out of decaying of teeth is to brushing teeth twice a day.

However dark chocolate has found to improve the health of the teeth as it contains flavonoids.

So if your child likes dark chocolate, go for it.

Oral care habits for Adults and Teens

Q.1 Is brushing teeth at night really important?

Yes It is extremely important to brush your teeth twice a day as it gets rid of all the germs and plaque which accumulate throughout the day that could have decay your teeth.

Q.2 What are the correct brushing techniques?

Take your time with brushing your teeth.

A soft toothbrush can come handy.

A gentle circular movement on all the surfaces the teeth is good enough.

Not brushing properly can be as bad as not brushing at all as it may not remove all the germs.

After you are done brushing your teeth, gently brush your tongue. It will stop the bad breath and improve oral care.

Q.3 Is flossing important?

Yes, it is 100 % as important as brushing teeth.

It not only for getting the food particles between your teeth, but it may also prove helpful to maintain healthy gums.

Use the dental floss that is available in pharmacy stores for easy flossing.

Q.4 when do I consult a dentist?

You should go visit your dentist at least twice a year.

He can guide you if you develop any oral problems.

This way you can keep a check on your cavity free teeth and get a consultation if they spot any potential issues.

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