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Reasons You Should Brush Your Mouth Before Going To Bed

Do you ever wonder if brushing your teeth every morning is enough? Or do you believe you can go a night without cleaning your teeth?

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The answer to both of these questions is no. In fact, brushing your teeth at night is slightly more important than brushing your teeth in the morning. That's not to say you shouldn't brush your teeth when you wake up, but brushing your teeth before bed should be a top priority.

Why You Should Brush Your Teeth Before Bed - Woodbridge Dentist

Here are some significant benefits of having a brushing habit at night:

There is a constant build-up of acid in your mouth, but due to the presence of calcium in saliva, the acid is constantly neutralized. While you're sleeping, though, saliva production reduces, which can raise acid levels, allowing bacteria to begin eating your teeth.

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If you brush your teeth before going to bed, the fluoride that remains in your mouth will keep the saliva level in your mouth at a healthy level, preventing bacteria from causing damage.

Why You Should Brush Your Teeth Before Bed - Woodbridge Dentist

We consume a range of foods throughout the day. Brushing your teeth before bed is vital to avoid cavities or plagues caused by food consumption. When you eat high-fiber foods, microscopic fiber particles get lodged in your teeth, which are often undetectable. If these microscopic particles remain in your mouth, bacteria can breed and develop cavities.

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Brushing your teeth at night may aid in the removal of small food particles from your mouth and the prevention of plaque, a yellow substance that forms on the surface of your teeth and makes them appear dirty. If not treated promptly, it can result in a variety of additional dental problems.

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As a result, brushing at night can save you a lot of money in the long term. So, even if you're weary, push yourself for five more minutes before bedtime and make sure you brush your teeth.

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