Why You Should Brush with Warm Water

SCHWELM, GERMANY - JANUARY 10:  Water pours onto a toothbrush with toothpaste on January 10, 2007 in Schwelm, Germany.  (Photo Illustration by Christof Koepsel/Getty Images)

  • Warm water is best to pre-rinse your tooth brush before you brush. If you have sensitive teeth warming the brush will make it easier to take.
  • Electric Toothbrushes are very effective to help stop us from brushing too hard.
  • Brush through bleeding gums. They may seem like a deterrent, but they will eventually become less inflamed and healthier. Flossing helps this matter when something is trapped in your gums and could be causing the bleeding in the first place.
  • Rinse with Mouthwash--Use a nonalcoholic fluoride-containing mouthwash after every brush as water washes toothpaste away.
  • Watch the tooth whiteners-- Opt for natural ingredients such as calcium carbonate and silica.

Bonus tip: Rinse with Coconut Oil! It helps to remove plaque and bacteria from between the teeth.

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