Now, let’s be honest – how difficult it is to get a bright smile together with a healthy oral cavity? However, it is not free, we must take regular care of our teeth. But if we do it right, we get a good feeling, less pain at the dentist, and a bright smile. So here we go:
- Choose the right toothbrush! Change it regularly, at least once every 3 months, or after each illness!
- Brush your teeth at least twice a day for at least 2 minutes.
- Also, clean the interdental spaces. Use interdental brushes, dental floss or an oral shower.
- Don’t forget the back of your teeth.
- Do not omit the tongue during cleaning, which is also covered with bacteria and dirt.
In particular, get toothpaste that suits you. Try our Dentacann, it is 100% natural with a combination of hemp extract, activated carbon and is fluoride-free! Instead, it contains the natural mineral Kalident, which strengthens tooth enamel and dentin, which occupies the largest part of the tooth. Thanks to active natural substances such as coconut oil, cloves, mint and orange essential oil, it leaves teeth perfectly smooth and clean.
At the same time, it prevents the formation of tooth decay and removes dental plaque. This toothpaste contains fine sulphate-free surfactants and natural abrasive ingredients, which ensure the most gentle care. Dentacann uses the antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects of herbs, the combination of which the effects of the paste are enhanced.
Use mouthwash for a clean and fresh mouth. Here the choice is obvious, our Orcann 100% natural hemp concentrated mouthwash, from which you can prepare up to 3 liters. It is ideal for daily oral care and complements regular dental care.
Even a proper diet can greatly affect the condition of your teeth. Drink mainly water and limit foods with plenty of sugar. Do not forget about regular visits to the dentist and make yourself happy with a visit to a dental hygienist.
TIP FOR YOU: For whiter teeth, it is a good idea to limit coffee, wine and black tea as much as possible. They contain a high amount of tannin, which binds to the tooth enamel and causes a change in its colour.