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ISN’T ORAL HYGIENE IS MOST SUPREME?

Oral hygiene is the most supreme of all hygiene, lack of which may lead
to cascading effects. You can also protect your teeth from decay and other
complications. Our teeth are crucial for eating food. Ideally, you should brush
your teeth after every meal.

But, if you cannot, you must brush at least twice a
day, once early in the morning and again before going to bed. Always use a well
designed toothbrush and branded toothpaste to brush your teeth. Avoid using sand,
coal, ash or tree barks as they will damage your teeth and gums beyond repair.

Due to poor oral hygiene, the teeth of some people are covered with plaque
and it also emits a pungent offensive odour. Sometimes, I wonder how his or her
partner tolerates such an offensive odour. Though, these people are not aware of
the foul odour they emit, I am sure they must have noticed the plaque or yellowish
colour on their teeth.

 
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