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Why You Should Not Skip Teeth Brushing At Night

We all are grown up with disciplines to brush teeth twice a day, go to bed early and wake up on time. Our guardians brought us to the dentist for primary dental care and treatment. It was quite easy to brush teeth before bed when we were child comparing to the age when you most of the time skip brushing because you return from work exhausted, you feel it unnecessary, and it seems more important to put on pajamas and glide into the quilt than holding a brush in front of the basin.

How important is it?

There are times when we're tired, rushed or too lazy to brush our teeth. This most often occurs at night before going to bed. We figure we're sleeping. We're not eating anything and we're not talking to anyone so we can have bad breath. Brushing your teeth may seem like an inconvenience at times, but it is a small price to pay for potentially losing teeth and getting gum disease. Proper dental care Somerset includes flossing, brushing, and regular dental cleanings and check-ups.

Brushing and flossing

Flossing is necessary for removing the food particles from between your teeth. If this debris isn't removed, it will decay and rot, and will cause plaque to accumulate. The plaque can breakdown tissues in your tooth enamel as well as the soft tissue of the surrounding gums. Flossing helps cleaning hard-to-reach areas that you can’t clean with a toothbrush.

If your teeth are not brushed regularly, plaque and tartar can build up on your teeth that cause erosion of your tooth enamel. Your tooth enamel is the outer protective layer of your tooth. If your enamel is destroyed, the vulnerable, inner portion of your tooth is exposed to bacteria that can lead to permanent staining and possible infection and decay. If you are dealing with stubborn teeth stains, it’s better to visit a dentist. At smile Design 101, we utilize Sedation Dentistry Somerset NJ to treat patients who feel nervous while dental treatments.

Twice a day teeth brushing is important in removing food and drink particles that off the surface of your teeth. The surface of your teeth is where the majority of debris will accumulate. It is recommended that you get a soft-bristled brush and change out your toothbrush every three months.

For proper dental care with safe and comfortable sedation dentistry treatments, you may book an appointment with Smile Design 101.


Written by Neville Jones

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