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BlanX's Rules

 

BlanX's small rules for a flawless mouth.
The hardest thing is consistency. Here are a few useful recommendations so you don't have to stop smiling.

 
 
 

Food allies for your teeth.


Every six months you need a check-up at a specialist's and a deep cleaning. Eat a varied diet, and eat the right foods, don't forget sources of calcium such as milk and cheese, fruit and vegetables rich in vitamins.

Change your toothbrush


About every three months. To eliminate plaque, the bristles must be straight and with a rounded tip. If these lose their shape and they're bent, the toothbrush is useless.

 
 

A little patience.


According to the type of food you eat, it's a good idea to wait about 20-30 minutes before brushing. If you don't wait, you could achieve the opposite effect and damage your enamel.

Appointment 
with a specialist.


Every six months you need a check-up at a specialist's and a professional cleaning. Mark it on your calendar.

 
 

Less sugar.


Reduce your daily intake of sugar and increase your intake of vegetables and fibres: chewing and salivating contribute to removing food residues and neutralise the acidic substances that can attack your teeth's enamel.

Food enemies
for your teeth.


Avoid coffee, tea and red wine. Limit the starch contained in pasta and bread: even if not inherently dangerous, if it stays too long in your mouth it will turn into sugar.

 
 

And your tongue?


Don't forget about it! Often, halitosis can occur because the tongue has not been properly cleaned.

Not all toothbrushes 
are created equal.


Electric toothbrushes eliminate up to twice as much plaque compared to traditional non-electric ones. Remember this when choosing a toothbrush.

 
 

 

Tooth Discoluration


The hardest thing is consistency. Here are a few useful recommendations so you don't have to stop smiling.

Dental discoloration and "dental stains" represent one of the main enemies of the esthetic smile. They are formed when colored substances of various nature are fixed in the enamel, but it happens sometimes that these unpleasant stains also go more in depth, until the dentin. Not forget that the color of teeth varies from person to person and sometimes also from tooth to tooth. And more may emerge metabolic factors that impact negatively on the enamel color.

 
 
EXTERNAL FACTORS
Food and Drink
Bacteria
Medicines and chemicals
Plaque and Stain
Smoke
Metal Salts
Film
INTRINSIC FACTORS
Disease
Fluorosis
Medicine
Loss of vitality of the tooth
Ageing
Amelogenesis imperfecta