Adolescent children are at an important stage in which their milk teeth are replaced by permanent teeth. Establish the habit of brushing, so as to achieve healthy teeth and a healthy mouth.

From puberty to adulthood, the risks of not only caries but periodontal disease (gingivitis, periodontitis) increases with changes in the living environment. It is recommended that the habit of checking gums be acquired at an earlier point, so as to maintain healthy teeth and gums.

As we grow older, our gums become thinner and the tooth roots or areas under dental prostheses become susceptible to caries. In addition, the amount of saliva decreases and becomes pasty, which lowers its self-cleaning effect.

The size and alignment of teeth and gum conditions differ for each person. The cleaning effect of a toothbrush is reduced when it is either too large or too small. It is important to choose a toothbrush that suits the conditions of your mouth and the method of brushing you use.

By brushing appropriately with a toothbrush, you can effectively remove plaque. Use a toothbrush with bristles that are not splayed, and brush gently to avoid damaging your teeth or gums, in order to maintain a clean mouth.

Many parents think baby teeth don’t matter because they will eventually fall out. The truth is baby teeth Do matter!

Developing good oral health habits in children is the responsibility of all parents. Parents have to know their child’s level of dentition at different age group and assist them with the correct brushing techniques for a lifetime healthy teeth.

Stains are not stubborn.