To keep your teeth healthy, clean them with a suitable toothpaste for at least 2 minutes, using a toothbrush with soft bristles, at least twice a day…


Clean your teeth thoroughly and gently, because cleaning them by force will not give a better result, but on the contrary – it will injure the gums and damage the tooth enamel. Grasp the toothbrush like a pen to avoid excessive force.


Clean the outer, inner and chewing surfaces of the teeth as well as the tongue.


After brushing your teeth, rinse your brush thoroughly and place it in the toothbrush holder with your head facing up. The toothbrush must be replaced every three months.


Use dental floss to clean the gaps between the teeth. The dental floss must be waxed. Avoid using toothpicks as they can injure the gums.


Follow healthy eating principles. The delicacy is a great meal dessert. Do not split between meals.


If you have consumed sweetened drinks, freshly squeezed fruit juices, wine, ate fruit or candy, wait at least half an hour before brushing your teeth. All of these products contain acids that can soften tooth enamel, so a half-hour break before brushing your teeth helps to normalize the pH of your saliva and thus avoid sensitive teeth.


Try to limit the use of sugary foods, as this promotes plaque formation.


Do not brush your teeth! Most often, tooth decay can be caused by psychological factors such as fear, stress or anxiety. The negative consequences of this habit are tooth wear. If you suspect a dental cut, it is best to see a dentist or dental hygienist who will advise you on how to deal with this bad habit.


Most importantly – eat healthy and brush your teeth properly!

Of course, the best answers in dental care will be given to you by a dentist or dental hygienist. Feel free to ask!

Love yourself and your teeth !!!

Remember – even the best dentist in the world will not be able to help you if you do not take care of your teeth yourself.