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About: Many people overlook dental issues simply because they have not felt any pain yet. That's really too bad. People often notice your teeth before anything else about you. The following article contains some helpful tips you can use when taking care of your teeth.

A soft-bristled toothbrush is the most effective for cleaning teeth. To prevent dangerous bacteria from forming on your toothbrush, let it air dry when you are not using it. Store it standing up and so it's not around anything and air can circulate around it.

For the sake of your teeth, avoid acidic food and sugar-rich food! These types of foods are harmful to your teeth. When you eat a meal with food that is acidic or sugary, rinse your mouth out by drinking water. It is really ideal if you can brush after every time you eat.

When you are brushing your teeth, make sure that you get all of the toothpaste out of your mouth by rinsing properly. Leaving toothpaste on your teeth can cause buildup, which can negatively affect the health of your mouth. After you are done, give your mouth a good rinse three times with a cup of water.

Eat as many citrus fruits as possible to keep your teeth healthy. Vitamin C helps your teeth stay strong, so you are less likely to have tooth decay if you eat plenty of oranges, lemons limes and other citrus fruits each day. However, sucking oranges or lemons can put your teeth in contact with acid that contributes to decay.

Do not let unknown discomfort go unattended. There are various reasons you may feel discomfort in your teeth or jaw. You could be experiencing the cutting of a wisdom tooth or you may have developed an infection. Make an appointment with your dentist as soon as possible to avoid further complications. It is better to know it is minor, than to ignore it until it is major.

Let kids chew on their brushes. Yes, brushing is key for attaining clean teeth, but chewing can actually help clean their teeth somewhat. This also lets them get used to toothbrushes. If they chew on one, they'll most likely let you brush their teeth after.

You can introduce electric toothbrushes to your children starting at the age of three. You should always supervise your children's toothbrushing activities while using these brushes and make sure that your child understands that an electric toothbrush is not a toy and should only be used in his or her mouth.

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