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Which Toothpaste Should I Use To Clean My Teeth???


This is a very common question from each patient to their dentist. And frankly speaking, to keep your teeth clean, you do not need the best toothpaste but most importantly, you need a proper toothbrush and a proper technique of brushing.

Many patients ask if they can use DATUN to clean their teeth, and the answer is always a yes. But you must also use a toothbrush with proper brushing technique after DATUN. The reason for cleaning your teeth again even after doing it with DATUN is that juices from DATUN (Neem, Babul) have definitely some medicinal properties and it even strengthens the gums but to remove debris from in between the teeth, you should/must use toothbrush to remove the particles. So ultimately your main aim should be on Toothbrush and Proper technique of brushing.

  • Now, the question arises which Toothbrush is ideal?

The answer is: Always use a toothbrush with CHARCOAL INFUSED FLOSS-TIP with  SOFT BRISTLES.

  • For how many days/months/years, it can be used?

The answer is: Not more than 3 months.

  • And lastly, main question arises how to do proper brushing?

Answer: Firstly, you should not brush your teeth for more than 2 minutes at a time. Brushing should be done twice a day. Night brushing is compulsory. It should be kept in a dry place not in a moist place.

Brushing Technique: Keep your brush at 45 degree angulation, perpendicular to the long axis of the teeth. Back and forth motion with vibratory action, half bristles on the gum surface and half on the tooth surface. Do it in swiping motion to remove the debris from the tooth and gum surface. You should be able to cover your entire mouth within 2 minutes. This is the ideal technique and to know the proper technique, you should always ask your dentist for live demonstration for better idea..

So main conclusion is, you should always ask your dentist which toothbrush to use and most importantly, ask how to brush, rather than asking which toothpaste to use.

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