Yes, I do. I usually brush my teeth twice in 24 hours. Its keep my mouth and teeth fresh. And I feel more comfortable to do this.
I brush my teeth in the morning when I get up, I really feel very much comfortable all the day.I also replace my tooth brush after three months.
Yes, twice every day. Once in the morning and again the evening. It keeps my mouth & breath fresh.
I do twice a day ,in morning and night. It protect my teeth from germs and feel fresh.
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Yes, twice daily. Right after I wake up in the morning and right before going to bed at night. It keeps my mouth healthy, and prevents bacteria buildup that might lead to gingivitis.
Yes, several times a day. I am trying not to damage my enamel but I need my teeth to feel shiny and clean.
Yes, If you don't you can develop bacteria and your teeth will rott. It's recommended to brush it minimum 3 times aday after every meal, but I do it twice. Throw in some Listerine, too!
Well you should. And preferably using an electric toothbrush as it is generally more effective.
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