Why it is important to brush regularly following the Bass Method
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), dental cavities are reaching epidemic proportions. They are caused by the accumulation of dental plaque and the presence of germs in the oral cavity, mainly resulting from normal food intake
Brushing after every meal is one of the fundamental principles of dental hygiene. The objective of brushing is to remove dental plaque in order to prevent the formation of cavities and the development of gum problems.
Over time, plaque turns into tartar which becomes sharp and attacks the gums and the epithelial attachment (the joint between the tooth and the gum). This attack on the epithelial attachment causes an infection of the gums (gingivitis), which, if not treated, can cause chronic gingivitis (the loss of gingival or bony matter).Thanks to its movement from gum to tooth, the Bass Method eliminates den