Do you brush teeth every morning and night and 2 times a day is harmful to the gums？
We know brushing teeth every morning and night can protect our teeth.
But sometimes the toothbrush is not soft enough.
I feel not comfortable when I am brushing my teeth.
Brushing your teeth as well as you gums 2 times a day is healthy and recommended by dentists.
Yes twice a day is fine (and healthy). If your brush isn't soft enough, try changing your brushing technique. Use small circular motions with an ample amount of pressure on the teeth. The brush should also be angled at 45 degrees from the gum line. This can also reduce discomfort.
I don't brush my teeth twice a day. But I really should. It helps my gingivitis when I do and the pain goes away.
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