Karla Noema Sanchez Diaz
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This is the result of grinding, clenching and bruxing your teeth. You could be doing this while you sleep without even being aware of it. You might need to wear a mouthguard protector while you sleep so you don’t destroy your teeth. If you see your teeth wearing down please show your dentist or hygienist.
Using a hard toothbrush can actually wear down the surface of your teeth and gums. So can brushing too hard. Soft, flexible bristles clean between teeth and in hard-to-reach spots better. Gently brushing your teeth and gums for two or three minutes, twice per day, with a soft-bristled brush will get the job done. Brush your tongue too, to get rid of bacteria and keep your breath fresh.