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Sonic Toothbrush Really Give You Whiter Teeth

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Oral and dental hygiene is about keeping your mouth and teeth
healthy and clean by proper brushing and flossing routines. This
prevents you from plaque or other gum diseases, due to accumulation of
bacteria, on hard teeth surfaces, causing dental decay, tartar,
gingivitis and periodontitis.These diseases are caused as a
result of keeping an improper dental and oral hygiene and bad eating
habits. Plaque accumulation on the hard surfaces of teeth is due to;
when you eat, the sugar and starch in your food is used by the bacteria
resulting in release of an acid. This acid damages your teeth in various
ways, by corroding the tooth enamel and making holes or cavities in the
tooth. It would also irritate the gums, resulting in bleeding, which
leads to bad breath.Constant deposition of plaque can lead into a
yellow or brown mineral deposit called tartar or calculus. Tartar
starts spreading on to gums, contributing to a lot of other problemsGingivitis
is an inflammation of the gums, leading to painless bleeding during
brushing and flossing.Periodontitis is a severe form of gum
disease, which causes destruction of structures that support the teeth,
including the bone. This would lead to loosening of teeth, and have to
be removed, as a result. This condition causes redness, swelling and
bleeding gums. The resulting widening spaces between the teeth and
exposed roots are prone to decay.Foods with a high concentration
of sugar, like, cakes, ice cream, honey, acidic drinks, must be avoided,
as they damage the tooth enamel.Everyone appreciates, a
healthy-looking and odourless mouth, with clean and shining teeth,
healthy and pain free gums. Regular cleaning improves your quality of
life, making your teeth stronger and healthier, that allows you to enjoy
varieties of food. It makes your mouth free of bad smells, which can be
quite embarrassing at times. It also prevents formation of any yellow
or brown deposits on teeth, loosening or widening of gaps between teeth
and bleeding or painful gums.Always use antiseptic mouthwashes
regularly, after every brushing and/or flossing to stop plaque-forming
bacteria. It refreshes your mouth too, especially if you have a bad
smell.Flouride toothpaste or fluoride supplement helps in
protecting and strengthening your teeth by binding with enamel.For
infants and young children, use a moist cloth or a soft toothbrush to
wipe their tooth clean. Apply a little amount of toothpaste, especially
if it has fluoride, as too much of the ingredient can be toxic to young

Sonic care offers quite useful and exceptional quality
products, for maintaining a proper oral and dental hygiene.The
advances in technology have now made it even easier to keep our teeth
white and healthy at home. Dentists recommend Sonic
care toothbrushes to their patients because they just work better.It's
amazing to think that you could improve on a vigorous hand brushing,
but with a sonic care
toothbrush, you're actually getting a vibrating brush head to give you a
lot of extra strokes to clean your teeth, and a sonic "noise" that
sends sound waves to vibrate the plaque off your teeth.Sound
far-fetched? Maybe, but give it a try and see if your dentist notices at
your next check up... Mine did!
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