I do my regular brushing at least twice a day, however, for cleaning...I brush with baking soda and a small portion of peroxide twice per week. It usually works for me. LOL! Sometimes, I might brush with the baking soda and peroxide more often if necessary
There are very many people
who do not brush their teeth regularly. If you do not brush your teeth, you
will get tooth decay. Your teeth will be removed by the dentist and it will be
painful, expensive and you will be left without teeth for chewing... read more
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by akuigla6 years ago
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