Remember the toothbrush change cycle!

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Are you using a toothbrush while checking the toothbrush replacement cycle? How are you taking care of the toothbrush you normally use for oral care? Are you using it while replacing it over a certain period of time? Or do you change your toothbrush when you feel that it is difficult to use after using it all the time, if your brush head is damaged a lot? Did you know that everyone has a toothbrush that’s right for you?

For some people, product A might fit better, but for some people, product B might fit better. However, most of the time, when you change the toothbrush, you constantly use it, and if the brush head of the product you are using opens a lot or the toothbrush is bent, then you often change the toothbrush. But did you know that toothbrushes also have a replacement time?

If you surf the Internet frequently, it is the period of use of the toothbrush that naturally comes in your eyes. If you use it with periodic changes over a period of time, you can properly care for your teeth.




It must be replaced every 3 months.

Depending on how you usually brush your teeth, how much and how long you use it, the timing of replacing the toothbrush is slightly different. So, there are so many ways to choose a good product from a variety of products rather than using a toothbrush that suits you.

In general, when replacing a toothbrush, it is better to use it for a certain period of time rather than not using it for too long, even if there is no deformation of the bristles. This typical time is referred to as about 3 months on average.


Do you feel too short, 3 months?

Brushing your teeth for more than 3 minutes 3 times a day is not as easy as it sounds. It has to be cleaned and maintained. On the contrary, if you look at you as a person who exercises, you should pay more attention to exercise. If it is difficult to change the toothbrush while looking at the condition of the toothbrush, it is recommended to change it at intervals of 3 months.

Why is it 3 months?

In a way, it is long, and in a way, it is really short. What if the 3 month replacement cycle is not followed? If left unattended, it becomes an easy environment for bacteria to grow, so it is best to manage it in advance to prevent problems.

This is because if you properly check and manage the toothbrush replacement cycle, you can manage your oral health even more! The teeth are also a humid space, and you brush your teeth every day, but you eat food, so if you don’t properly manage your teeth, bacteria can multiply and cause many problems.

Therefore, in order to prevent even a little tooth decay and to prevent gum disease and gum disease, it is recommended to select the relevant toothpaste and change the toothbrush every 3 months.



It is perfect for healthy oral care.

In order to take care of your oral cavity even more cleanly, you chose a toothbrush and even searched for a toothbrush replacement cycle, but what if the selected product is not a really good product? Wouldn’t it be that much loss? For healthy oral care, it is better to choose a product that has good product power rather than just choosing expensive products.


Even small parts are carefully enough to have the nickname of scaling!

The toothbrushes currently sold by SANGSI Co., Ltd. are different from the products that we commonly see. This is because the double bristles perfectly complement the shortcomings of general products.

As it compensates for any problems that may arise while brushing teeth, and makes the merits larger, the satisfaction level has been further increased with excellent product power. You can feel even more refreshing while brushing your teeth.


You don’t have to worry about germs!

Since it is a product used in places with a lot of water, it is inevitable that it is difficult to completely stay away from bacterial growth. SANGSI’s products use 99.9% antibacterial bristles, so you can relieve a little bit of worry about germs. Did you have a lot of worries about germs caused by moisture? If you are always with you, you don’t have to worry any more.


It is durable and can be used for a long time!

If the general toothbrush replacement cycle is 3 months, the products of SANGSI Co., Ltd. have excellent durability and elasticity, so you can use them longer.


Nuts for dental health.

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For health, you need to eat healthy food. Among them, nuts are sold in subdivided into the recommended daily amount, so many people eat it once a day. Nuts are also good for dental health. There are ways to eat nuts more healthily, so I will tell you briefly.



First, the nutrient that must be supplemented for dental health is’calcium’. Not only calcium, but also various nutrients should be consumed evenly. Especially for young children who are growing up, the more important thing is proper eating habits and intake of nutrients. Nuts are rich in vitamins and minerals, and they help remove dental plaque and stains.

However, if your gums are weak or your teeth are weak, if you are undergoing prosthetic treatment or implants such as orthodontics, hard nuts may irritate your teeth and cause deformation of the prosthesis. It’s good for food, but if you eat too much, the balance of phosphorus and calcium in the body can be broken, and bones and teeth can be damaged.

So, it is best to eat 20g~30g of nuts a day. After eating nuts, it is important to brush your teeth thoroughly, as residues may remain in the mouth and between teeth, resulting in tooth decay. It is also recommended to floss and use an interdental toothbrush.

In addition, if you eat it with dairy products that are helpful for dental health such as fish, cheese, and milk, it will help your teeth health more. We hope you keep eating nuts to keep your teeth healthy.

the reason why one’s teeth ache

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People think it’s because of cavities if your teeth are chilling when you eat cold food. However, tooth cracks can be the cause of tooth decay if your teeth continue to hurt when you eat hard food without cavities.

So I’ll tell you why my teeth ache and how to prevent them.



a reason why one’s teeth ache

A tooth crack is a symptom that is likely to appear in people who often eat tough, hard foods. It means that there is a very fine crack in your teeth. The age group at which tooth cracks are likely to appear is in their 50s, and most often occurs in molars.

If you eat food while having a tooth crack, you will only have intermittent pain in the beginning, so you can postpone visiting the dentist while enduring pain, and as the crack progresses, it can cause bacterial inflammation between your teeth and cause inflammation to bone tissue around the root of your teeth, so you should be treated quickly.



a bad habit of causing tooth cracks.

First of all, it’s best to prevent cracks in your teeth from sticking again, so you need to fix your eating habits and prevent tooth crack syndrome.

1. Use both teeth evenly when chewing food
2. Not chewing ice
3. Eliminate the habit of clenching teeth and grinding teeth

If your teeth are cracked, it won’t heal naturally, so it’s important to make early detection and treatment. However, in the beginning, pain appears only when eating food and is often neglected, especially as age increases, tooth cracks are more likely to occur, so even if it is a mild pain, you should visit the hospital and get an accurate diagnosis.

Also, the cracks in the teeth are very thin, so it’s not easy to find on X-rays. If no cause was found in the basic examination, further examination should be used to determine the crack.


Please refer to the reason why your teeth ache and find the cause and recover your healthy teeth.


What is the reason for bad breath in the morning?

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If you brush your teeth and fall asleep and wake up refreshed in the morning, you’ll feel stuffy and uncomfortable in your mouth, why do you get a bad breath in the morning?



Morning Bad breath Cause

In the mouth, saliva plays a role in digesting food and inhibiting germs, such as keeping the mouth dry. Therefore, lack of saliva in the mouth can dry the mouth and cause thirst and increase the number of bacteria, which can lead to exposure to various oral diseases. Getting bad breath when you wake up is also related to saliva.

While sleeping, the amount of saliva secretion decreases. So it’s not working properly to suppress germs, so bacteria increase overnight, and you feel bad breath when you wake up in the morning. If your stomach is empty during the night, stomach acid may cause odor and may cause morning breath odor.

In addition, if you have cavities or gum infections, food in your mouth can decompose, cause inflammation, and cause cavities in your mouth, resulting in morning breath odors.

If you have diabetes, tonsillitis, kidney disease and other diseases, you may have bad breath due to the disease, so for these reasons, it is better to find the right cause and proceed with the correct treatment.



To prevent morning breath odor when you wake up You must brush your teeth before you go to bed. Drinking a sip of water before bed and when you wake up is also helpful. Please refer to it and take care of your teeth.

How to Disinfect toothbrushes.

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Immunity management is important to prevent colds. Taking vitamins is helpful and it is important to keep your body clean. So we have to disinfect the toothbrush we use every day. I will let you know in detail how to disinfect your toothbrush.

You’ll usually keep your toothbrush in the bathroom. But the environment is very humid because of water use. These humid places are good for germs to reproduce. Also, after measuring the contamination level of the toothbrush used for more than 6 months, the figure was 10 times that of the toilet.

If you brush your teeth using this contaminated toothbrush, your tooth condition will worsen due to cavities, so you must disinfect your toothbrush.



How to Disinfect toothbrushes.


1. Baking soda

Prepare a cup of warm water and melt 1 spoon of baking soda. Put the sterilized toothbrush in and leave it for 20 minutes. Wash your toothbrush thoroughly under running water, put it in a place where it is sunny and airy, and dry it perfectly.

2. Use of coarse salt

If you don’t have baking soda at home, you can disinfect your toothbrush with thick salt. Dissolve coarse salt in warm water and let stand for 30 minutes and clean. After that, make sure to dry it.

3. Vinegar

Mix warm water with vinegar in one-to-one ratio. Put the toothbrush in, leave it for 25 to 30 minutes, wash it under running water, and dry it.

4. Using microwave ovens

It is very simple to wash with a microwave. It has a high sterilization effect of 98%. Put the toothbrush to be disinfected in the microwave and microwave it for 30 seconds to 1 minute. Be sure to use a dehydrated toothbrush. Dry for at least 24 hours.

5. Use Oral Cleanser

Pour enough oral cleanser to fill the cup with a toothbrush cap and put the toothbrush in and leave for 30 minutes. It is not necessary to clean separately. If you just dry it in the sun, your toothbrush will be disinfected. Oral cleaning products contain various sterilization and antibacterial components, so more effective toothbrush sterilization is possible.


So far, we have found out how to disinfect toothbrushes. Please refer to it and I hope it was helpful.


four causes of tooth discoloration.

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White teeth become more and more yellowish over time. Teeth discoloration occurs due to various causes. So I’m going to tell you in detail about four causes of tooth discoloration.



1. Food pigmentation

Tanninic acid in coffee and tea stain teeth and discolor teeth to yellowish brown. It discolors not only tea or coffee but also colored drinks, food, curry, red wine, and coke.

2. Aging

As you get older and older, your teeth are getting more and more dull yellowish. However, discoloration caused by aging can be improved effectively by whitening treatment.

3. Chemicals

Colour can occur by chemicals. Long-term use of oral cleansers containing chlorhucidine or brown or black colouring to the surface. Tetracycline drugs can also discolor teeth by combining them with calcium in the teeth.

4. Smoking

Smoking can also cause black or brown discoloration in your teeth. The lower-grade product of smoking does not decompose in the saliva but remains in the mouth, causing coloration throughout the surface of the teeth.



  • A habit of living for pretty teeth

Drink oolong tea, tobacco, cola, wine, etc., which cause coloration in your teeth, and have a habit of rinsing lightly with water.

So far, we’ve looked at four causes of tooth discoloration. Please refer to it and I hope it was helpful.


Source- Korean Dental Association

symptoms of wisdom teeth.

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Many adults suffer from wisdom teeth. Today, I will tell you in detail about the symptoms of wisdom teeth that are ruining healthy teeth.


What are wisdom teeth?

The molar inside the mouth is called the wisdom tooth. The third largest molar in the innermost part of the permanent teeth of the chin up and down is a wisdom tooth.

What about the role of wisdom teeth?

The original function is no different from other teeth. It’s a function that chews food and grinds it into small pieces to make a shape that’s easy to digest, but the problem is that it’s degraded compared to other teeth, and it’s hard to expect normal function because it’s often deformed when it comes out of the gums.

The reason for the normal wisdom tooth extraction?

Usually, when I go to the dentist, I’m encouraged to pull out my teeth, but it’s not a problem if my teeth come out normally because it’s on the inside of my teeth. In the case of obstructing the space of the teeth, it may be helpful to remove the teeth even if they come out normally, and the problem is that when the space is small, the teeth may be uneven because of pushing the other teeth out.



Should wisdom teeth be left unattended? Should I pull it out?

If wisdom teeth are buried in the jawbone, it causes severe swelling in the mouth. In other words, appendicitis refers to a disorder that occurs when wisdom teeth come out of the gums, which can be repeated frequently and painful, and if symptoms are severe, it can affect the growth and development of facial bones, so it is recommended to quickly remove them.


We’ve been looking at the symptoms of wisdom teeth.
Please refer to it and I hope it was helpful.


Content Source – Korean Dental Association



food good for whitening teeth.

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Clean and white teeth enhance your appearance and brighten people.

So I’m going to tell you more about foods that are good for whitening teeth.


1.Green tea

Tannin in green tea removes stains from teeth and removes bacteria. The polyphenol component also protects against enamel damage and is effective in removing the odor.


2. Strawberry

Strawberries are rich in amino acids, which form the membrane of the teeth to prevent tooth colouring. Malic acid in strawberries has the effect of washing away tooth stains and if you grind strawberries and brush them with baking soda, you can see the effect of whitening. But it’s not good to do it often because the acid in strawberries can damage your teeth.


3. Lettuce

The fiber of lettuce removes plaque from the teeth as a kind of self-purification, and it takes a little processing to see the whitening effect with lettuce. After removing the moisture from lettuce, you can make powder and use it to brush your teeth.



5. Dark Chocolate

– Cacao is a substance of Teabromine, which strengthens the enamel of the teeth, wraps the enamel surface and prevents the coloring. However, sugar-based milk chocolate does not help with whitening and rather causes bad breath and tooth decay.


6. Apologize

– The crisp texture of apples strengthens the gums, reducing the risk of tooth loss and gum disease, and increasing oral saliva with high moisture content in apples to remove bacteria in the mouth.


7. Cheese

When you eat cheese, your mouth becomes alkaline. Therefore, tooth corrosion and coloring are reduced and the calcium content in cheese makes the teeth strong.


So far, we have searched about foods that are good for whitening teeth. Please refer to it and I hope it was helpful.

Healthy Common Knowledge for Teeth!

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Teeth health needs to be maintained steadily from an early age to live comfortably for the rest of their lives. Today, I will tell you more about common health knowledge for your teeth.


1. When a tooth is broken

– Once a tooth is damaged, it cannot be restored to its original tooth forever, and if it is lost, it will lose valuable property. If your teeth are missing, it’s better to soak them in saline solution and milk.

This is the use of concentration-like solution preservation methods in the human body to prevent tooth tissue necrosis for dental floss surgery. I wish I could get this because I have separate dental water, but it’s usually hard to get even that in an emergency, so I recommend you put it in milk, preserve it, and go straight to the dentist.

2. The Importance of Scaling

It is generally recommended to do scaling once every six months, and if you have a lot of tartar attached, it is good to do it every three months. If you have a good toothbrush and good oral hygiene, it’s okay to have a 12-month cycle.

Poor scaling can result from oral diseases such as tooth decay and periodontal disease.



3. Why You Need to Care Your Teeth Continuously

After adulthood, you have to spend the rest of your life with a single permanent tooth that doesn’t regenerate again. In particular, if you do not take good care of your teeth, your dental health may deteriorate rapidly due to cracks in your teeth, damage to your teeth, and periodontal disease, so you should always be able to take care of your teeth in your daily life.

It is wise to avoid cola, coffee, curry, black tea, and alcohol, which are foods that usually cause bad teeth, and to brush your teeth right after you eat, rinse it with water, and quit smoking that causes tooth damage.

In order to live the rest of your life smoothly with permanent teeth, you should brush your teeth well and practice dental care steadily through regular dental checkups.


So far, we have searched for common health knowledge for teeth. Please refer to it and I hope it was helpful.


How to take care of your teeth after implants is drawing attention.

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There are several procedures to restore damaged teeth after tooth extraction due to cavities or external shocks. Among them, the safe way to use the same feeling as your own teeth is to use implants.

These days, young people are often treated with implants, and the cost of implants and the burden of post-procedure stabilization are high, drawing attention to how to manage them.



One year after implantation is important.

The year after implant surgery is the most important period because the bones around the implant become firm and stable, and the use of unused parts of the teeth can strain the gums, and when shocked, the pain can spread throughout the face, causing discomfort. It is recommended to evenly use the teeth and refrain from hard and tough food.​​

In particular, implant teeth have no ligaments, so the external shocks generated when chewing food are transmitted to the teeth, so careful attention is needed until they are settled.

Also, the habit of clenching teeth and pushing teeth with the tongue are not good either. If the implant teeth are applied force, it may take longer for the teeth to shake and settle down with screws.



Maintenance of cleanliness and regular inspection after implant procedure

Implantation is a stable procedure with a success rate of approximately 90 to 95%. Regular inspection is required because of mechanical and biological damage depending on the patient’s oral health condition, and it is recommended to be checked every 3 or 6 months after the meal.

It is important to keep your mouth clean with a meticulous toothbrush, but it is important to brush the teeth around the implant exactly the same as normal teeth, but it is also good to get a toothbrush and toothpaste from the dentist depending on the condition as it is important to give them a thorough brushing with dental floss and toothbrush, and it is vulnerable to gum disease after implant.

So far, we have looked into how to take care of your teeth after implants, so please refer to it and I hope it was helpful.