BRUSHING
Requiring only a toothbrush, toothpaste, and two minutes of your time, brushing your teeth is an easy way to keep your whole body healthy

For best results, brush at least twice a day using the techniques described below.

The Outer Surface (the one you see when you smile)
Instead of holding your brush flat on your teeth, point it at a 45-degree angle toward your gumline. Move your brush in a rotating/circular motion, brushing about three teeth at a time.

The Inner Surface (the one that touches your tongue)
Use the same technique on the inner teeth as you did on the outer. When you get to the inner surface of your top front teeth, turn your brush vertically and use gentle, up-and-down strokes.

Chewing Surface (the one you use to eat Grandma’s delicious home cooking)
Hold your brush flat and brush back and forth.

Tongue (the one you used to taunt your little brother as a child…and maybe still do)
Last step—brush your tongue and the roof of your mouth in a back-to-front sweeping motion.

Bonus Tip: Think of your mouth as four sections: bottom left, bottom right, top left, and top right. Brush each section for 30 seconds to reach your two minutes in no time.

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