Brushing teeth seems simple enough, and it can be with proper practice. However, the most thorough way of brushing teeth and fighting cavities and gingivitis should take a full two minutes with a good brush and proper te... More »

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Brushing removes food and plaque, which is a transparent sticky substance, from the surface of teeth. The removal is important due to bacteria found within plaque. If allowed to remain on the teeth, bacteria begin to att... More »

To remove tartar from your teeth, brush for two minutes using tartar-control toothpaste and an electric toothbrush. Complete the process by brushing a second time with salt and baking soda, then rinse your mouth with sal... More »

Properly brush your teeth by applying a strip of toothpaste to a pre-moistened toothbrush, positioning your brush head at a 45-degree angle to the gums, brushing in short strokes, brushing all tooth surfaces and brushing... More »

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Tooth Tunes is a toothbrush that streams sound vibrations from the bristles of the brush to the teeth, to allow the user to hear the music in their head. The music is only heard when the bristles are brushing the teeth. More »

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To remove tobacco stains from the teeth, quit smoking, see a dentist, use whitening products at home and brush and floss daily. For harder-to-remove stains, consider more intensive whitening methods, such as dental venee... More »

To care for the enamel on your teeth, brush gently with a soft brush, avoid sugary and acidic foods, rinse immediately after eating such foods, and consume a calcium-rich diet. Additionally, use fluoridated toothpaste, k... More »