Keeping Tooth Decay Away
After walking and eating, tooth brushing is one of the first things we learn to do independently as children. We do it twice a day, every day, for as long as we have teeth, which is why you might be shocked to learn this is one of the things you might be doing wrong.
There are online debates about when to wet your toothbrush, but dentists recommend going in bone dry. The bubbles created by adding water are associated with cleanliness; however, we want our toothpaste to stay as pasty as possible to grab more food debris and bacteria. If you want a super clean mouth, it’s time to switch to team dry brush.