The first way is to use a toothbrush and toothpaste. This method is the most effective but it takes time and can be quite painful. The trick is to use a soft bristle brush and gently scrub your teeth in circular motions. You should do this for about 3 minutes and then rinse with water. You can also use mouthwash if you want to get rid of the taste in your mouth.
Another option is to use dental floss or an interdental brush to clean between each tooth. Make sure you don’t press too hard on the gums because this can cause bleeding or even injury them permanently.
You can also use a toothpick or cotton swab dipped in hydrogen peroxide or baking soda solution to remove stubborn bits of food stuck between your teeth after eating something sticky like candy or chewing gum.
A last option is using an oral irrigator which has a jet that shoots water through small holes in its tip right into your mouth and onto your teeth which removes plaque, food particles and bacteria more effectively than other options because they go straight into places where they.
Last modified: August 7, 2022