Regular Brushing

Brushing your teeth twice every day is crucial in maintaining your oral hygiene. Inadequate or improper brushing technique can result in plaque and tartar formation, which can cause tooth decay and gum diseases. Always brush your teeth for a minimum of 2 minutes every time, and do not forget to floss.

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Will the stability of braces get affected if I did not brush before treatment?

Query: Hello doctor, I am not really sick or anything, I just have a quick question. I put on my braces early this morning, but I did not have time to brush my teeth prior to putting them on. The orthodontist did place some chemicals on my teeth and washed it with water before putting the braces on. I am ...  Read Full »


Dr. Sneha Narendeepak

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have read through your concerns. Brushing your teeth will definitely improve your oral hygiene and reduces the food accumulation and plaque formation in later stages. If you are not comfortable brushing with braces on, I would advice you to opt for piksters or flo...  Read Full »

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