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If you want your pet’s teeth to be healthy, you must brush them thoroughly with a special toothbrush.
Brushing the teeth consists of a series of routine elements that are easy to remember.

There are many different methods of brushing

The sequence and the order in which they are applied to the tooth surfaces. The standard toothbrushing technique consists of simple brush strokes that clean the various surfaces of the teeth. Be sure to wash your hands before brushing your dog’s teeth. Rinse the toothbrush thoroughly with water. Give your dog a taste of toothpaste from your finger before brushing.

The toothpaste should be applied along the entire length of the toothbrush. To achieve a good result, you should follow a specific cleaning pattern. Current toothpastes are good in that the dog does not need to rinse its mouth after brushing. It is only important to rinse the toothbrush thoroughly after brushing and place it in a glass.

The most difficult element is the immediate brushing.

This brushing can be divided into a number of typical movements when brushing one or other tooth surfaces. these include scraping, rotating, stirring and reciprocating movements. The grasping motion is produced by pushing the bristle brush along its axis while applying pressure to the head. The reciprocating motion works in the same way as the scraping motion, but from both sides (forward and backward), gradually cleaning the next tooth.

The stirring movements are made by moving the toothbrush short distances away from the gums towards the chewing surface. The pressure of the brush is thus applied to differentiate the tooth surface from the gingival area. The rotary movements gradually move towards the other teeth. The surface of the chewing teeth, the palate and the tongue should be cleaned with a scraping and reciprocating motion.

The vestibular surfaces of the chewing teeth, the palate and the tongue should be cleaned first with a stirring motion, then with a reciprocating motion and finally with a circular motion. The labial surface of the frontal teeth should be cleaned with agitatedand scraping movements. When brushing, a common mistake is to brush with different movements – back and forth, scraping, across the tooth axis. This is an easy way to transfer plaque from one row of teeth to another.

The teeth of both jaws must be cleaned according to a certain pattern. For example, each jaw should be divided into six fragments, two each for the frontal (canines and canine teeth), premolar and molar teeth on the right and left. Cleaning can start from the vestibular molars of the maxilla on the right and left and continue towards the opposite side, followed by the chewing surfaces of the teeth and the palate. Then clean the teeth of the lower jaw in the same sequence.

Massaging toothbrushes for cleaning the gums are available in shops. After brushing, massage the gums immediately with a reciprocating motion and finish with a circular motion. Massaging the gums increases blood and lymphatic flow, which improves metabolism. Massage of the teethIt is advisable to clean the unims twice a week.

Cleaning your dog’s teeth seems difficult and demanding at first. However, it is the only way to keep your pet’s teeth healthy (especially those of small breeds such as Yorkshire, Toy Terriers, Poodles, Fox Terriers, etc.), whose teeth are often prone to plaque.

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