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How much time should I brush everyday morning? Is there any recommended to brush teeth this much minimum or maximum?
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Minimum tooth brushing time ,each time you brush is 3 minutes. You can brush a little longer than that when leisure, but avoid harmful forces or rough dental brushes. Hope this helped.
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It is generally recommended to brush your teeth for at least two minutes, twice a day - once in the morning and once before bed. This duration allows sufficient time to thoroughly clean your teeth and remove plaque and food particles. Brushing for less than two minutes may not effectively remove all the bacteria and debris from your teeth, while brushing for longer than two minutes is not necessary and may lead to gum irritation. Remember to use a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste. It's also important to brush all surfaces of your teeth, including the front, back, and chewing surfaces, and to gently brush along the gumline. Don't forget to replace your toothbrush every three to four months or sooner if the bristles become frayed. Regular dental check-ups and professional cleanings are also essential for maintaining good oral health.
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we divide the teeth in each jaw in 3 parts called sextants. that is front teeth, middle teeth and last teeth. so 3 segments in lower, 3 segments in upper. each segment has front and back side. making it a total 12 surfaces. for effective brushing you have to engage all these segments for at least 30 secs . this takes not less than 6 minutes. that can be said to be the average brushing tme
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Time -2/3minutes twice daily In morning after breakfast and in night before bed Tips - No hard brushing Use soft bristle brush
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Go for routine check up in every 6month
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The quality of brushing always matters more than the quantity of brushing. However 2-3 mins of brushing with proper technique should be sufficient.
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Brushing at night plays an important role in caries prevention.
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Better to brush twice a day. Brushing time should be 2-3 minutes. Use soft bristles toothbrush.
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Hello Do brush twice daily ,time-2-3 min
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Hi. Brushing time:2-3 mins Brush twice daily with proper brushing technique
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