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 Everybody needs to brush their teeth. Oral health is related to overall health. Here are some tips to picking a good toothbrush. First and foremost, you need to get a brush that has soft bristles. The harder ones just brush your gums away, which is not healthy. When you buy a toothbrush they are labeled, soft, medium, and so on. Get the soft ones. You need to brush for about 2 minutes, two times a day. Flossing is also essential. This way you get rid of the plaque and other residue that hides in your mouth. Just like many say, "Only floss the teeth you want to keep."
 

 If you are using a manual toothbrush, brush at a 45 degree angle. This way the bristles are able to get in between your teeth, not only on the flat surfaces. Remember to also brush gently. If you have an automatic toothbrush, they already have timers, and spin in a way to reach all your teeth, make sure you get even the ones in the back. Replace your manual toothbrush every three or four months, or after you have been sick since bacteria sits in your toothbrush. A simple way to disinfect a toothbrush is dip it in a 50/50 hydrogen peroxide and water solution once a week. Most automatic brushes come with a cleaner.
 

 Store your toothbrush in a cool, dry place. Keep it away from the toilet. When a toilet flushes, bacteria fly everywhere. Overall health tips to keep your teeth and mouth healthy, try and limit your caffeine intake, and dark drinks, stop smoking, and increase calcium levels in your diet. Alcohol-free mouthwash is also beneficial. The rinses with alcohol can damage your gums. Similarly, with toothpaste, the plain cavity protection, without the whitening ingredients, are best for your gums and oral health. After we eat the food particles get caught in between the teeth and gums. You need to brush your teeth everyday and in between meals if possible. You should also brush your tongue this will help remove the oral bacteria from the crevices in the tongue.
 

 You need to brush and floss your teeth regularly to keep ahead of the bacteria that causes bad breath. Chewing gum and using mouth wash only covers up the bad breath for a short time. It will return if you are not killing the bacteria which causes you to have breath problems. The true cure is to regularly and thoroughly clean your teeth, gums and tongue. You can also eat avocado's it is known to help relieve chronic bad breath problems.
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