Twice a day or after every meal?
What we're told as kids about brushing our teeth may vary.
Some of us are encouraged to do it after meal, which, as an adult enjoying a desk sandwich lunch, isn't always practical.
Many of us adhere to the standard advice of brushing in the morning and then again in the evening - and to get into the habit of flossing and using mouthwash.
Confoundingly, researchers at University College #London have found, when it comes to how often we should be brushing and for how long, there's a lack of agreement - owing to an absence of good research.
No one can seem to agree on the best way to brush our teeth
And from the direction we should use to brush to the angle we ought to adopt, there's a lot up for debate.
However, until one method can be agreed upon, what pattern should we adopt in the meantime - just to be on the safe side?
Luckily, one of the UK's leading dentists, #DrRichardMarques told the #Independent "It is best to brush your teeth at least twice a day, in the morning and evening. "You should wait at least 30 minutes after eating to brush the teeth, otherwise the acid can damage the tooth surface. "Brushing before bed is really important, as otherwise the food can sit against the surface of the teeth and cause them to decay overnight." #instahealth#instanews #blogger #bloggerstyle #mcbusted #mcb #gossipblogger #bloggers #worldblogger #instablogger #instagram #epicblogger #socialmedia #worldbloggers #insta #instabloggers #k #kimkardashian #kanyewest #amberrose #blacchyna #robkardashian