Are You Ready For The

21 Day Brushing Challenge?

A healthy mouth gives a healthy life take our 21-day challenge for brushing your teeth twice a day.

21 Day-Brushing challenge timetable

21 Day Brushing Challenge is a flagship initiative of Sujay’s Dental Care & Suviz Smiles.

Do You Know?

It's supposed to take 21 days before something constantly becomes a habit. Just think: 21 days without binging, can become a lifetime. 21 days of going to the gym will make you not even think twice about going anymore. 21 days of hustling and figuring shit out after your 9-5 to get rid of procrastination once and for all. All it takes is 21 days of dedication. Why not start now with A 21 DAY BRUSHING cHALLENGE?

What would I get after completion of this Challenge?

Hand with Sujay Dental Care membership

Why brushing twice a day is important?

According to research by the American Dental Association (ADA), brushing your teeth twice a day is great for your overall oral health. There are various reasons you should take this challenge. Let’s looks at some of them.

When you eat, leftover pieces of food mix up with bacteria and build plaque. It happens in everybody’s mouth. This sticky substance coats your tooth enamel and gums. This can be the first stage of gum disease, which causes inflammation of the gums and sometimes bleed while brushing. Brushing your teeth twice a day removes the plaque and prevents further damage.

Bad breath can be embarrassing. The primary reason for bad breath is poor dental hygiene. If you don’t brush your teeth properly, food particles remain in your mouth, because of which bacteria buildup occurs. These can cause a variety of problems other than bad breath. To prevent bad breath, make sure you brush your teeth twice a day.

Also known as calculus, Tartar is a plaque that has calcified on your teeth. It can also build at and beneath the gum line that causes irritation in the gum tissue. The hardening process takes a day to convert plaque into Tartar. Once it gets hardens, it remains in place until it is scratched away to your dental cleaning. However, soft plaque can easily be brushed and flossed away. Therefore brushing twice a day reduces plaque and tartar buildup.

With time, the pigments of food you eat are absorbed into the pores of your tooth enamel, which can discolor your tooth. When you brush your teeth twice a day, it helps remove several pigments that are not completely absorbed. In this way, you can also prevent an unnecessary visit to teeth-bleaching session.

If you have seen a bit of blood in your sink while brushing, then this is the first warning sign that you may have got gum disease. This mild variety is known as gingivitis. If you don’t treat it timely, the infection can flow underneath your gum line and into our bone. Then it will become a more serious form of gum disease known as periodontitis. If you brush your teeth twice a day, you can prevent gum disease and will improve the health of your gums.

It has been observed that gum disease increases the chance of premature birth and low birth weight. If you do not brush properly, the bacteria build up in your mouth can get into your baby’s bloodstream, putting them at risk.

Treatment is always more expensive than taking extra care. Brushing your teeth twice a day not just help you in improving your gum and teeth health, moreover, it will also help you with reducing those extra dental bills.

Follow this proper technique brushing your teeth.

  • Place the Toothbrush at a 45-degree angle to the gums and clean the outer surface of your upper teeth and lower teeth by moving your Toothbrush gently.
  • Clean the inner surface of your upper teeth and lower teeth. To clean the inner surface of the front teeth, tilt the brush vertically and gently move in up-and-down strokes.
  • Cleaning the chewing surface of the teeth.
  • Make sure you brush your tongue too.

What type of Toothbrush is recommended?

A soft-bristled brush is best for removing plaque and debris from your mouth and is highly recommended by most dentists.

Does Toothbrush play an important role?

Yes, choosing the right toothpaste is very important for you. Nowadays, there are varieties of toothpaste according to the condition such as cavities, sensitivity stained teeth, etc. You can ask your dentist which toothpaste is right for you.

How often should I replace my Toothbrush?

It is recommended that you should change your Toothbrush when it begins to show wear and tear, or every three months, whichever comes first.

With that being said, maintaining good oral health is also important for your overall health. Start your 21-day challenge for brushing your teeth twice a day for healthier teeth, good breath, and to avoid painful dental problems. Within 21 days, you’ll find your mouth much healthier than ever before.