It is easy to forget about cleaning their dental braces and teeth. At least three times each week it is recommended to deep clean your teeth. This can be performed to avoid dental decay, plaque build-up staining, staining and discoloration.
Before brushing your teeth, you should remove all rubber bands that are attached to your braces. Making use of an electric brush specifically designed for braces can work, but you can also use normal tooth brushes with shorter bristles in the middle that are able to wrap around braces to provide a cleaner and healthier appearance.
Brush your teeth with a regular whitening toothpaste in an upward motion. Make sure you get the inner area of your teeth which is a commonly missed area. While flossing is important with braces, or not, you must ensure you reach the brackets.
Make sure to rinse your mouth by using an antibacterial mouth wash after flossing and brushing. Braces wax is a great option to alleviate any discomfort and discomfort caused from the braces rubbing against sensitive surface of their mouth. Braces cleaners can be bought, which will provide a deeper cleansing, however it’s not essential.