Brush your teeth before or after breakfast?

Brush your teeth before or after breakfast?


You don't want to swallow the bacteria feces with your breakfast, do you?

The reason most dentists advocate brushing teeth before breakfast is that bacteria multiply during the night.
If you eat breakfast without brushing the bacteria away, the acid attack (the bacteria's excrement) on your teeth will be greater than usual.

Brushing before breakfast reduces the acid attack during the meal. In addition, brushing can also damage
enamel if you have eaten or drunk something acidic just before.
Therefore, the best and ultimate is brushing at least twice a day and after each meal supplement with a
mouthwash or Brilliant Smiles Dental Cleanser.
This is to actively keep your teeth clean of plaque, stains and tartar and thus maintain a fresh, healthy and white smile.

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