Is cleaning of our toungue with toungue cleaner while tooth brushing is good for our toungue?
They say it will clean the bacteria on the tongue, but honestly I don't give much importance to it.
I don't think it is good or bad for the toungue. At least you clean the tastebuds on the surface.
My dentist recommended it to me but said the tongue cleaner on a toothbrush doesn't do much and you should use a scrapers instead.
Yes, I would say, it is very important to keep your tongue clean while tooth brushing to avoid nasty bacteria that cause bad breath and other health issue.
I use a small spoon to clean my tongue. I believe that if you don't remove those white stuff on the tongue, it will somehow affect your taste bud.
I read some where, it is bad to use tongue cleaner. Because it spoils our taste buds. and continuously rubbing may cause injuries. You can use your tooth brush for cleaning tongue. Just rub your tongue with the brush's bristles while you brushing.
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