As many of us learned while growing up that ‘too much sugar will rot your teeth?’ It’s one of parents’ most popular phrases to discourage their children from sucking on candy and sipping all day long sugar juices. And while reducing the consumption of sugar certainly helps avoid tooth decay, helping children develop healthy oral hygiene habits isn’t clearly enough.
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Maintaining a good oral hygiene routine during bedtime is even more important than your routine in daytime. Anything can happen overnight, while you sleep. Food debris and bacteria can wreak havoc on your teeth and gums during sleep, when there is almost no bacteria-washing saliva produced. Most of us have enough time to brush our teeth properly at night but wait until we’re too exhausted to do so.
And when you sleep, there are many ways to improve and preserve good oral health. Here are a few helpful tips for getting through the evening.
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