When you look after your oral hygiene in central Leeds, two of the essential ingredients you should have in your tool kit is a toothbrush and some dental floss. Finding a good brush is generally down to you, and the market is flooded with them, but don’t be afraid to ask your dentist for advice before shopping. Dentists see more in your mouth than you do and can advise you about the strength of bristles that will suit the particular nature of your gums and teeth; electric brushes are brilliant as well. They take the sting out of the work for you and will leave the surfaces of your teeth clean and rejuvenated. But no regular toothbrush will get between your teeth and up around your gums, which is why you have to back-up brushing with flossing for a thorough clean. Again, there are many to choose from and you may well have to try a few out first before you find one that suits you. But using the combination of a brush and floss at least a couple of times a day- especially after eating will help to keep your mouth healthy for the future.