Good health begins with proper brushing, you should do right after every meal, beverage intake, especially sugars and carbonated candy or snacks or any food. Brushing more important, and should not miss, is that after dinner or last meal before bed. There are hard foods like raw carrots being bitten drag plaque. Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Jr. has much to offer in this field. Other foods such as cheese appear to be enamel remineralizing properties. You may also want to brush before lunch to reduce plaque. The use of chewing gum with xylitol may be advisable. The action of chewing stimulates saliva secretion which prevents the pH of the mouth to become overly acidic. Xylitol inhibits the growth of the bacterium, streptococcus mutans, which causes cavities. These gums do not replace the benefits of brushing. Oral hygiene is also necessary if there is regurgitation or vomiting.Brushing should be done by introducing the filaments of the brush in the space that forms between the gum and tooth. This requires you to tilt the brush directing it towards the line merely tooth and gum. The aim is to clear the plaque that accumulates in that space, and that causes inflammation of the gums, chemical irritation. Brushing should last for the time necessary to disrupt plaque. The developer can detect plaque areas of the teeth where plaque accumulates most. It must also pass the brush to the inside of the cheeks, tongue, palate and gums, they are healthy. There are wounds that can be remedied by rinsing with salt water. If any abnormality is observed to go to the specialist. Healthy gums do not bleed with brushing. If there is an obvious bleeding with normal brushing, chances are you are dealing with a case of gingivitis.The solution is simple: go to a dentist or dentist for a thorough cleaning is done gingival and alveolar space, with ultrasound. We recommend that professional cleaning is carried out at least 2 times a year.