Do you brush your teeth before you eat breakfast? Or do you brush your teeth after you've eaten breakfast?
After breakfast. Bit pointless doing them before.
I brush them before breakfast because my dentist told me brushing them after is pretty bad because of something to do with the acid or whatever. I don't remember or understand the exact reason though.
After, I rinse my mouth with mouthwash before though.
One of the first things I do when I wake up. Always brush before eating in the morning.
I've always thought it's better to brush them after breakfast but I feel kinda gross eating without having brushed my teeth first so sometimes I do both before and after. If not, I just brush them after.
Before don't want bacterois.
Brushing straight after damages your enamel though. Especially if you drink orange juice in the morning too.
In my experience, I find brushes to be eroding my teeth outright, the paste seems to just add a scent (depending on what it is but usually it's mint, and I hate mint), listerine mouthwash is alright but I found it burns my tongue and makes it susceptible to hot drinks or food. You might think i'm mad but I can't remember the last time I did brush my teeth, all I know is it's caused more problems than it has helped.
I've used all sorts of brushes from rigid to soft, none seem to work. I heard your saliva helps in the prevention of plaque build-up and essentially cleans your teeth for you. Although not brushing for months I see no difference, no tooth/gum pain, where in the past when I did brush my teeth, I had a root canal treatment done, several fillings and the brushing left me with holes in many places.
Overall, I don't brush because the benefits outweigh the risks, thus far have had no gum disease, and not everyone can have a completely white set of teeth.
Depends on what I am having for breakfast and whether I am in a rush to be honest.