2022 – 3 Simple Steps To Improve Your Teeth

It's 2022, and good hygiene is the fashion of the year. Considering all the problems that come with lack of it, why risk it?

So now that you’ve decided that hygiene is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle, what’s the first thing to come to your mind?

Oral hygiene, of course.

But what is oral hygiene? Sounds like a scary word to me. 

Fortunately, it’s something we all happen to understand. Oral hygiene means taking care of our mouth, which ultimately means maintaining and improving our teeth and gums. How else do you plan to talk?

But there’s no need to worry! Here are three simple steps that will help you achieve perfect teeth. Let’s get started, shall we?

1. Brushing Your Teeth

The first and most crucial step is taking care of your teeth.

Waking up in the morning is harder, but its harder to make yourself brush your teeth because that makes you wake up like nothing else, right? It’s the same for me.

Unfortunately, this is something we have to do to get rid of all the germs.

Wait, is that a disgusted look on your face? Because I can see it mirrored in mine. Germs in my mouth wow, that sounds terrible.

 Brushing Teeth

Still, you don’t always get completely rid of the germs and plaque, because they’re stubborn and try to cling to our teeth and gums.

So, you ask, how do we ‘completely’ get rid of these armed invaders?

Well, I’ve got just the trick. In fact, I’ve got three of them:

  • Use Fluoride toothpaste

Fluoride will reduce your tooth decay by hardening the tooth enamel.

  • Floss Frequently

Flossing will lower inflammation and stimulate the gums into throwing out the germs – terrible houseguests, really.

  • Use Mouthwash

Mouthwash, on the other hand, reduces acid, re-mineralizes teeth, and cleans hard-to-brush areas. A multipurpose tool, don’t you think?

2. Healthy Eating Habits

The second step to improving teeth is to instil good eating habits.

Now, I know I want to keep my habits as they are. i don’t want to stop eating what I love and start eating what I hate!

But wait!

It seems like having healthy eating habits doesn’t necessarily mean that at all.

On the contrary, healthy eating habits are easily gained in three simple ways:

Healthy Eating Habits

  • Limiting sugary foods and acidic drinks

Sugar and sweets are wonderful to have, but you must admit, they are better in moderation.
Eat a lot of them and they may just be the cause of the plaque, the acid, the germs…
Let’s just keep them in small quantities.
  • Eating fruits and vegetables

Fresh, crunch fruits and vegetables sound divine. The fact that they get your jaw working is just the tip of the iceberg – both the vegetable and the actual ice!
And it keeps the germs and plaque at an all time low?
Fruits and Vegetables, here we come!
  • Drinking more water

Water, water, water. The secret to my continued existence… and it’s now going to be the secret to your perfect teeth! Water is not only good for your body in general, but it also helps out your mouth by washing away some of the sticky foods.

3. Dentist Visits

This is the last step. Are you dreading it? This is the dentist after all. And you get to see them on a regular basis.


Still, Dentists are only there to help you, and on your regular check-ups, they remove the hardened plaque from your teeth, giving you healthier teeth and gums, and a clean-up you didn’t even have to work for.


Going through the steps above, you might have understood that the most important step remains "Brushing your teeth"

And why shouldn’t it be? Regularly following this steps saves you from a future of terrible teeth, bad breath, and pained gums no one wants to look at.

For that reason, a visit to Toothbuckle’s website is in order. Toothbuckle provides plastic-free toothbrushes that are good for you and good for the environment. Talk about multipurpose, all-in-one perfection!

Brushing Your Teeth

They also have plastic-free covers that protect the brush from germs in the air and makes it sustainable throughout your use.

Why wait? Buy your toothbrush today and be healthier than ever with amazing oral hygiene (and good breath)!


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