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There is no agreement regarding the best way to brush.

Brushing should last one minute. or two? Three times a day is best. Or maybe it’s enough to do it twice? Suddenly, Grandpa’s dentist had to hold the brush at a 45-degree angle a long time ago, and that custom has stuck in the family ever since.

Are you sure that your method to maintain oral hygiene and prevent cavities is the most appropriate? If they’re not, they’re not the only ones.

A recent study carried out by University College London, in the British capital, reveals that there is no consistency with respect to the recommendations made regarding tooth brushing.

Researchers John Wainwright and Aubrey Sheiham analyzed suggestions made by 66 dental associations, toothbrush companies, and specialized books on the subject around the world.