Modern and ancient tooth care (2 minutes for tooth brushing)

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Willow sticks were used for dental care in the Stone Age. Ancient Egyptians used a special compound as a toothpaste. Toothbrush was made from ground stone (float) and vinegar. The mixture was then applied to sticks and teeth cleaned. Ground stone for cleaning teeth was used by the ancient Romans. In addition to the ground stone (in the toothbrush), bone powder, shell armor, bicarbonate of soda, resin and tooth salt were added. New ingredients (magnesium carbonate, egg shell and marble powder) were introduced in the early 19th century for a tooth-cleaning compound. Marble powder was mixed with soap or spice powder. The lipstick was added for color. This mixture was then applied to the teeth with a damp brush. A toothbrush was later manufactured.

American dentist Washington W. Sheffield 1850 adds glycerin to toothpaste. He managed to create the first toothpaste to be sold in jars and staniol bags. This way the toothpaste would dry out quickly. His son, dentist Lucius TracySheffield, 1876, gave the idea of placing toothpaste in a tube. The younger Sheffield finds inspiration for this idea when he visits the exhibition of paintings in Paris. Thus, toothpaste is still in the tubes to this day. Only the contents of the tubes were constantly changing. The toothpastes we know and use today contain fluorides (they protect the teeth from caries and make the tooth enamel more resistant).
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American dentist Washington W. Sheffield (photo: http://www.en.wikipedia.org)
Sage, zinc and krameria are the active substances that strengthen our teeth and protect the gums. For particularly sensitive teeth, the products are manufactured with the so-called ProArgin technology. CP GABA GmbH / elmex says that our teeth are protected by gums and tooth enamel. Withdrawal of the gums may cause sensitive dentin to be exposed. There are receptors for the sensitivity that send irritants (cold, sweet or touch) to the inside of the tooth. The irritation here turns into pain (short, piercing). The purpose toothpastes contain arginine and calcium carbonate, with the help of which the dental canals are protected. The pain does not reach the teeth. In today’s world, modern dental care products contain activated carbon or activated oxygen (for teeth whitening). These products are designed to protect the surface of teeth from unwanted tooth color (made from coffee, tea and tobacco). For example, black toothpaste restores natural whiteness. Tooth whitening pastes (albeit more abrasive) are suitable for everyday use. Angry dishes, angry drinks, red wine, vinegar, orange juice, energy drinks soften the tooth enamel, which takes a long time to harden again. Regular tooth care and brushing (analogue or electric) is required.
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Research has shown that by using an analog toothbrush properly, we can nurture our teeth just as well as with an electric toothbrush. The only difference is that the electric brush accelerates and facilitates the whole process. Also, hand movements are important. When you use and operate your toothbrush incorrectly, the most expensive brush will not benefit you. To reduce the risk of dental caries or gum disease and remove dental deposits, professional dental cleaning may sometimes be necessary. In home care, the use of interdental brushes is recommended (especially if there are large gaps between the teeth). The sticks are easy to use (use as toothpicks). They are available in all strengths and variations.
Rules for regular dental care:
– brush your teeth 2x a day (use interdental brushes and floss)
-For sensitive teeth, use a dedicated toothpaste
– check with the teeth 2x a year
Tooth damage:
-After angry meals and drinks (soften tooth enamel), brush your teeth
-Use tooth whitening pastes to protect your dental bone (dentin)
-use modern products (proper toothbrush technique, power brush, various toothbrush applications).
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