They brush their teeth twice a day, usually in the morning after getting up and in the evening before going to bed.
You've probably wondered if this routine is doing enough to maintain your oral hygiene and health.
The answer is: NO!
Unfortunately, you only brush superficially with your toothbrush, or to be precise, only three out of five sides of your teeth.
Your toothbrush can't reach everywhere, some areas are difficult or impossible to reach.
These include the spaces between the teeth or the gum pockets and it is precisely there that harmful food residues, such as sugar, collect after eating.
Plaque forms (you can recognize it as a pale yellow and sticky deposit on the tooth surface), this calcifies and becomes tartar. Tartar in turn promotes the formation of plaque.
Unpleasant bad breath, yellow discolored teeth, caries and hypersensitive teeth can be the result.
To prevent this from happening to you, we recommend that you come for professional dental cleaning (PZR) or prophylaxis at least twice a year.