1. Follow the instructions for stopping the dental rinse/floss for 2 minutes. Do not excessively prolong the rinsing time of the dental rinse, otherwise it may cause a significant burden on the teeth and gums.
2.The rinsing posture is to position the nozzle at a 90 degree angle to the teeth. Do not place the nozzle water outlet close to the teeth, with a distance of about 0.5 cm. At the same time, rinse the teeth at a 90 degree angle. Do not rinse the teeth obliquely from top to bottom, which can easily lead to excessive rinsing of the gums and impact on the inner wall of the oral cavity.".
3.During the flushing process, the mouth can be slightly closed to prevent water from splashing onto the body, while also forming a gargling effect in the oral cavity.
4. Do not rinse frequently every day. Generally, do not rinse more than 3 times a day. Basically, rinse after meals. If you eat frequently, you can use a combination of mouthwash to clean your teeth and oral cavity.
5. The inner side of the teeth needs to be rinsed. Many users ask whether the inner side of the teeth needs to be rinsed. In fact, when time allows, it is recommended to rinse the inner side of the teeth. Of course, the sequence from inside to outside, or from outside to inside, depends on personal preference.
6. Regularly check your teeth and gums. The rate of dental checkups in our country is very low. Many people are afraid or unwilling to go to the dentist to have their teeth examined, for many reasons it is not extended here. If you really don't want to go to a dental hospital, you can also look in the mirror to see if your teeth have cavities or black spots, if your gums are swollen or sore, and if you feel tingling when eating.
The selection of dental floss is also very meticulous and crucial. I directly feel the probability of tooth injury during use, especially not blindly pursuing cleanliness.