Bad teeth due to incorrect brushing
If you want to protect your teeth from decay and other diseases, you should pay a lot of attention to dental care. In addition to brushing twice a day, it is also important to use a toothbrush correctly.
Incorrect brushing does not completely remove plaque, for example. This in turn can lead to the formation of tartar. In today's blog post, we explain how you can best protect your teeth and prevent incorrect brushing.
Not brushing teeth regularly promotes the formation of caries
Can teeth be brushed incorrectly? The answer is: Yes! More and more dentists are reporting patients who brush their teeth incorrectly or irregularly. People who do not take daily dental care seriously are confronted with periodontitis or caries over time.
Brushing your teeth daily with our emmi®-dent ultrasonic toothbrush doesn't sound complicated at first. And it isn't. However, the first problems arise when you do not reach the sensitive interdental spaces due to incorrect brushing. In this particular case, deposits are not removed at all. This can sometimes lead to severe inflammation of the gums.
Not brushing your teeth at all? Now the problems really start
To brush your teeth properly, it is important to follow the guidelines of the professionals. Brushing your teeth with pressure is rarely successful and can even lead to bleeding gums or inflammation.
It is better to move the brush of our emmi®-dent ultrasonic toothbrush gently over the rows of teeth in circular movements.
Important: Don't forget the back molars. Ideally, you clean your teeth optimally from all sides and equally intensively.
Experts advise not to neglect dental care
Scrubbing your teeth too hard is unlikely to give you quality results. If you own our emmi®-dent electric ultrasonic toothbrush, you know how gently, gently and yet efficiently the brushes rotate and thus ensure first-class cleaning.
If you still use a conventional toothbrush without an electric drive, you have to rotate the brush head yourself. It is important that you move the toothbrush as evenly as possible over your teeth. If you do this properly and routinely, you can actively fight tooth decay.
Always remember that only the correct brushing of your teeth can protect you from disease.