We continue to direct our curiosity towards leading cosmetologists, dentists and pediatricians regarding various myths about hygiene and self-care. Let’s keep it clean: what’s true and what is not?
Our next expert can frighten even some adults – being a dentist, Nazar Shevtsiv.

Myth 1: Visit a dentist every six months

A visit to the dentist every six months gives you a complete cleaning of teeth from a solid plaque that has not been removed by a patient and accumulated during this time, as well as the detection of the initial stages of caries for the treatment of which a remineralizing therapy is sufficient. This will significantly reduce bleeding and gum disease, strengthen teeth, but without daily personal hygiene, such visits will not yield long-term results

Myth 2: White teeth are healthy teeth

Not all white teeth are healthy teeth. Milk-white teeth can be a manifestation of chronic diseases, insufficient mineralization of tooth tissues, which appears through their sensitivity. The color of the teeth depends on many factors, such as heredity, smoking, coffee consumption, some antibiotics, chronic diseases.

Myth 3: Brushing your teeth after each meal is useful

It will do more harm than good. It is enough to brush your teeth in the morning and evening. Rinsing your mouth with water, though, is enough.

Myth 4: You need to brush your teeth in the morning before breakfast

It is better to rinse your mouth with water before breakfast. By doing this, you will get rid of germs accumulated overnight, and also clean the taste buds, which will help you get a full sense of taste during meals 🙂 In 20-30 minutes after breakfast brush your teeth.

Myth 5: The click-stick for teeth Manor contains coenzyme Q10. Does it bring any damage to the oral cavity?

Coenzyme Q10 activates cellular energy generation, which leads to the restoration of gum mucosa.

Thanks for the advice, Nazar! Bless you!

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