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You’ve probably been brushing your teeth on your own since you were about 4 years old. But most of us aren’t getting it right. Dentist Mark Wolff, from the NYU College of Dentistry, says we spend over 60% less time brushing the inner surfaces of our teeth as the outside surfaces. So start at the back of your mouth and pay special attention to the tongue-side of your lower molars.