DISCLOSURE: Noelle Copeland RDH is an Oral Care Specialist and Dental Consultant who provides content for Brilliant Oral Care and Baby Buddy.
Of all the available tooth brushing techniques, I think the number one takeaway for each one is that most people need to work on the amount of time they spend brushing their teeth. Many people, including kids, rush through their morning routine in an attempt to get out the door faster, and at night they barely make it through an evening routine before collapsing in the bed. I've written before on a brushing method often introduced in a dental setting, called the Bass method, and it’s an excellent method to reach all the surfaces of the teeth. However, sometimes I feel like people won’t even read the steps because it seems too technical. So for this blog, I’m going to break it down into straightforward terms.
That's it, a simplified, straightforward way to get brushing done with a helpful reminder to slow down and not rush. Brushing doesn't have to be complicated; for most people, it’s probably the most simple task we do every day, which is why we tend to set it on autopilot and forget about it. Take a quick inventory of your current routine and method and make any needed adjustments.
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