We need to promote the method. The best way to remember sector is to always follow the same pattern and this manner. It must be made 1 per day. The teeth are cleaned one after another. For each dental arch, brushing starts with the outside of the last tooth on one side and ends on the inner side of the same tooth on the same side. For reasons of efficiency (gain automatic), brushing must be done in the same way each time:
1. It must be made 2 to 3 times a day;
2. Brushing mouth is ajar
3. It must, in any case, rinse the mouth after brushing the risk of losing the benefit of fluoride in toothpaste;
4. Always red to white. The jaws are processed one after another, brushing starts with the last tooth on one side and ends on the opposite side. For reasons of efficiency (gain automatic), brushing must be done in the same way each time:
1. Upper jaw, cleaning occusales side (the side which chews): The brush is raised at the last molars straight and moves to the left last molars conducting movements back and forth from front to rear (amplitude equivalent to two teeth, make the movement three or four times a group of two teeth),
2. Upper jaw, cleaning sides: plays later, the brush is laid across the gums and teeth; the wrist turns to perform a movement of roll down. The gesture is repeated three or four times. Note that we still leads the gum to the tooth (from red to white) to hunt the deposit plaque that forms the crown of the tooth and between teeth (the reverse movement back tabling this). Then we go to the following teeth to finish on the opposite side. Arriving at the opposite side, the brush goes to the palace and performs the same gesture in closing its starting point. Cleaning or Palatine sides lingual incisors is tooth by tooth, taking his brush vertically (the curvature of the arch does not allow for effective action, horizontal brush)
3. Same for the lower jaw.
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