questionsbrushing teeth, do you start with the front or…

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I start in the front and move quickly to the back. I try not to brush in one spot for too long at a time.

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I also start in the front, and work way to back. I also get all sides, front, top, and behind.

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Start in the back and work my way across. That way I dont miss anything.
I brush the same way I read

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Bottom row: Right back outside > Front outside > Left back outside
Top row: Left back outside > Front outside > Right back outside
Bottom row: Right back top > Front top > Left back top
Top row: Left back top > Front top > Right back top
Top row: Right back inside > Front inside > Left back inside
Bottom row: Left back inside > Front inside > Right back inside

No idea how I started doing this, but ever since I paid attention to brushing well, this is the way I do it every time. I alternate top and bottom to dip down into the tongue area to get some more toothpaste foam on the brush.

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Back inside left the right inside left the uppers, then lowers, then outside the whole mess.. I'm not sure why I do it that way..I just do

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I start with the front because my teeth are very temperature sensitive and my front teeth are a bridge (artificial), so it gives the toothbrush and toothpaste a chance to warm up before hitting the real teeth.