How long should you brush your teeth?
Brush at least 2 minutes for an optimal result and to remove plaque, food, debris and bacteria. Brush each of the 4 zones for at least 30 seconds.
How often should you change your brush?
Replace your toothbrush every 3 months. Replace it sooner if you have been sick, especially if the toothbrush is stored close to other toothbrushes.
When should you brush your teeth?
Brushing your teeth before breakfast is best. You might actually be better at preventing cavities if you brush before you have breakfast because then you’ll be removing as much bacteria as possible instead of “feeding” them. We recommend to brush your teeth twice a day for 2 minutes.
3 reasons why you should use mouthwash
It whitens your teeth immediately, removes & prevents plaque, strengthens and remineralises your teeth. Enjoy your intense bright smile!
What to do after eating or drinking acid fruit?
It is best to rinse your mouth with water after eating these fruits and to not brush. The natural acid in the fruit that is left in your mouth after you eat it may temporarily soften the outer layer of the tooth. This temporary softening could allow your toothbrush to scrub away your tooth enamel. Therefore you better rinse your mouth with water first.
Why are strawberries good for your teeth?
Strawberries help to dissolve stains and contain vitamin C which strengthens your teeth.
Did you know dark chocolate helps to protect your teeth?
Dark chocolate contains theobromine that helps strengthen your enamel.
No, even though it’s the body’s hardest material it’s sometimes under pressure by acidic food, drinks or over-brushing. iWhite Instant 2 will not only whiten your teeth, it will also make your enamel stronger and rebuild it, giving is natural white colour back.
Did you know it's better to brush your teeth before you apply iWhite Dark Stains?
Brushing removes the biofilm from your teeth. By removing this natural lubricant layer, the product can act more efficiently on the dental surface.
Is pumpkin good for your teeth?
Yes! Pumpkin is high in zinc, magnesium, vitamin A and vitamin C: all beneficial for your gums, enamel and overall oral health.