Brush, Then Eat!
Time to switch! Experts say that brushing your teeth before eating is a lot more effective than after. When you eat, the bacteria in your mouth feed on what you’ve consumed to make acids that soften your tooth enamel. So if you brush after eating, you’re getting rid of these enamel layers too. By brushing earlier, not only are you saving your enamel, you’re reducing bacteria and acids too.