Why You Need To Brush Your Teeth Before Bed!

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Everyone knows brushing your teeth is absolutely essential to strong oral health, but not many people realize that the most important time to to brush your teeth is right before bed.

And this information is essential, as not brushing before bed can lead to gum problems, cavities, and bacteria that can cause plaque and long-term oral health complications. (1)

Knowing this information is important, but even more important is applying it. And today there is an ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE ROUTINE that will not only remove plaque, but also prevent cavities and gum disease.

In this blog we talk about the importance of brushing before bed, and how you can enjoy the BEST ORAL HEALTH of your life right now!

 

WHY BRUSH BEFORE BED?

 

Brushing your teeth twice a day has always been the general recommendation from dental professionals, but new guidance shows that brushing your teeth before bed is even more important than brushing in the morning.

This is because the food debris and particles left on your teeth from the day can feed bacteria that will grow and lead to gum disease and tooth decay, which an easy ALL-NATURAL two-minute brush could’ve prevented. (2)

Furthermore, the longer the filmy plaque on your teeth remains there (it’s actually bacteria!), the more food all that bacteria can feed on, which will lead to short-term and long-term dental problems you’ll need a dental professional to fix. (3)

 

QUICK TIP: Brushing before bed prevents acid buildups in your mouth while sleeping. Wake up with fresh breath and a brighter smile by using GARNER'S GARDEN 100% ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE TRIO tonight! (4)

 

One major reason brushing your teeth before bed is so important is because of your saliva. When you sleep, you produce less saliva, which increases the chances germs and bacteria will grow in your mouth overnight.

In fact, the reduced amount of saliva we produce at night is the likely reason for what many people consider morning breath, or mouth odor. By brushing before bed, you're managing the bacteria in your mouth, and allowing for fresher breath when you wake up. (5)

 

Brushing your teeth before bed will help keep morning breath at bay!

 

And a quick note: when you do brush before bed, it's important that you only drink water afterwards. Drinking anything else may undo much of the good work you just did while brushing! (6)

 

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PLAQUE BUILDUP

 

The reason brushing your teeth before bed is so important comes down to the numbers. Basically, plaque is always growing on our teeth, but it's at around the 24 hour mark that this plaque begins to mature.

By not brushing at night, you're giving the bacteria on your teeth the opportunity to create acid that will literally eat into your tooth enamel, which can lead to oral problems that could've been avoided had you simply brushed. (7)

Letting the plaque build on your teeth will eventually lead to tartar, which, along with plaque, cause your gums to bleed, and for you to suffer from inflammation, irritation, and cavities. (8)

 

Brushing your teeth before bed prevents the buildup of harmful plaque!

 

QUICK TIP: If you're prone to gum disease and cavities, you should brush your teeth both after dinner AND before bed. To prevent the buildup of plaque and tartar, be sure to brush with GARNER'S GARDEN 100% ALL-NATURAL ORAL CARE TRIO! (9)

 

In addition to brushing before bed, you should also remember to floss before bed. These two activities will compensate for the lack of saliva in your mouth responsible for fighting your bad bacteria.

And when you do brush your teeth, remember to brush thirty minutes before or after you eat acidic food or drinks. This is because acid weakens your enamel, which can cause tooth damage when brushing soon after. (10)

And as always, in addition to brushing your teeth at night, be sure to swap out your toothbrush every three to four months, or if your bristles are damaged, and to use ALL-NATURAL MOUTHWASH after regular flossing and brushing. (11)

 

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Sources:
  1. https://www.shermanoaksdentistry.com/why-its-important-to-brush-your-teeth-before-bed/
  2. https://beaversdentistry.com/dont-skip-brushing-bed-heres/
  3. https://greatist.com/live/brushing-teeth-before-bed
  4. https://www.hubbarddentalcare.com/blog/brush-at-night-to-keep-your-teeth-brush-in-the-morning-to-keep-your-friends/
  5. https://www.bahiadentalgroup.com/blog/heres-what-happens-to-your-teeth-while-you-sleep
  6. https://pdaridgewood.com/the-importance-of-brushing-before-bedtime-dentist-for-kids-saddle-river/
  7. https://kheranidentalataspen.com/falling-asleep-without-brushing-your-teeth-how-bad-is-it/
  8. https://www.pronamel.us/amp/fall-asleep-without-brushing-teeth-bad.html
  9. https://www.everydayhealth.com/dental-health/nighttime-oral-care/tips-oral-health.aspx
  10. https://greensboro-dentist.com/best-time-brush-teeth/
  11. https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/adult-health/expert-answers/brushing-your-teeth/faq-20058193

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