Looking after your teeth and gums is essential for preventing tooth decay and gum disease. …read moreSee less
From brushing your teeth and flossing to using a daily mouthwash, there are plenty of things you can be doing every day to complement your smile. So whether you’re looking for an electric toothbrush or prescription strength toothpaste, we’ve got everything covered right here.
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Do I need to use dental floss if I use interdental brushes?
No, you should choose just one which works best for you - if you use both, it might be too harsh on your gums, which could cause them to become irritated and bleed.
If you have limited mobility, large gaps between your teeth or braces, interdental brushes might be better for you than flossing - but they can cause bleeding and aren’t as longstanding as dental floss.
Can you reuse interdental brushes?
Interdental brushes are just like regular toothbrushes that can be reused each time you clean your teeth until the bristles become worn.
A worn toothbrush is going to make it more difficult to clean your teeth effectively, so take a look at your brush every day to see if it’s worn out.
What causes oral and dental pain?
Oral and dental pain, which includes toothache and teething, can be caused by a number of different conditions.
- Tooth decay
- A cracked or damaged tooth
- A loose or broken filling
- A dental abscess
- An infection - such as a wisdom tooth not being able to fully come through the gum
- Poorly fitting braces or dentures
If you are unsure what is causing pain and discomfort, speak to a dentist for advice and information.
What are interdental toothbrushes?
Interdental toothbrushes are smaller toothbrushes which fit between your teeth to clean away all of the plaque and food that builds up there throughout the day.
They’re small enough to fit into the gaps between your teeth and are ideal for those who are looking for a quick and easy way to clean all of the little nooks and crannies that regular brushing can’t reach.
They help to prevent gum disease by removing plaque bacteria from between all of your teeth quickly and effectively.