A lifetime of smiles
Good oral hygiene is as easy as 1-2-3: Brush, floss and rinse.
Oral hygiene is more than having a pretty smile. It helps prevent plaque build-up, tooth decay, gum disease and bad breath. Taking care of your teeth is just as important as taking care of the rest of your body. As most of us know, we need our teeth to bite into food and chew it into smaller pieces so that it can be easily digested. But did you know that a number of clinical studies suggest there is a relationship between periodontitis (inflammation of the gums) and cardiovascular disease?
Dentists recommend brushing teeth for two to three minutes, twice a day. Fluoride toothpaste is an absolute must. Fluoride promotes tooth remineralisation, helps make teeth more decay-resistant, and inhibits bacteria from creating enamel-damaging acids. When brushing your teeth with GLISTER Multi-Action Fluoride Toothpaste, don't forget to brush the other surfaces of your mouth, especially the bacteria-covered tongue. Toothbrushes should be replaced every 3-4 months or when the bristles begin to lose their shape.
Follow up with GLISTER Dental Floss at least once a day. Flossing is easy. Just take an 8-inch piece of floss, wrap the ends around the middle fingers of each hand and then gently scrape the floss against the sides of each tooth from the gum outwards. This will clean the narrow spaces between the teeth that even the carefully-designed GLISTER Toothbrush can't reach. The gums may bleed a little when you first begin to floss, but this should clear up within a few days. If not, you should see a dentist.
When you are finished, use GLISTER Concentrated Mouthwash. It helps remove more plaque than brushing alone, while freshening your breath. Smell and odours play a big role in social interaction. Bad breath can be offensive to your partner, friends, acquaintances and customers! Keep GLISTER Mint Refresher Spray in your purse or briefcase and use as needed. It will give you added confidence when presenting Amway products.
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