1. Do not spend enough time brushing your teeth:
Dentists recommend brushing for at least two or three minutes.
2. We brush too hard:
If we use an electric toothbrush it will be easier not to do it wrong.
3. A bad choice of toothpaste:
Are often too aggressive for our enamel to even produce pain and sensitivity.
4. Do not floss (or do badly):
Cavities are most often formed on surfaces where two teeth are touched.
5. Do not use final rinse:
It is advisable to use a mouthwash without alcohol, or a fluoride to strengthen and strengthen the tooth enamel and prevent cavities.