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Cleaning Your Tongue

Keeping yourself healthy is very important, and if you would like to have a healthy body, taking a bath and proper grooming is not enough. One of the most important parts of your body which you should keep healthy and strong is your mouth. When you think about keeping your mouth clean, it does not mean you only have to clean your teeth. You should also include your tongue for you to be able to say that you really have a clean mouth.

Your mouth as well as your tongue is home to millions of bacteria which will cause serious oral problems. Cleaning your tongue as well as your whole mouth will help you prevent some oral diseases such as oral cancer, gum diseases, plague, tooth decay, gingivitis and other oral problems which will cause you to have low self esteem.
In cleaning your tongue, you should not use toothbrush and UDS-P Ultrasonic Scaler, as the name of this thing implies, it is for your teeth, use a tongue scraper instead since there are a lot of bacteria which can build up in your tongue. You should scrape it on a regular basis. If you do not have a tongue scraper, a soft bristled toothbrush will do. Put a small amount of toothpaste on it, and brush your teeth in a circular motion.
As there are many mouthwash and other oral care products in the market today, you need to choose the one which will give your mouth and tongue the proper cleaning that they deserve.
You should use clean your tongue at least once per day. You can also put some mouth wash and other kinds of ultrasonic scaler on the scraper for additional help.
If you prefer to use a toothbrush, once again, start at the back of your tongue. You can use the same motion as described above and you can do it either vertically or horizontally. Be sure to add some pressure, but not so much as to cause irritation.
When finished, thoroughly rinse your tongue scraper or toothbrush and store them in a cool, dry place.