Tip 1: Brush Teeth, Gums, and Tongue Twice a Day
It is important to remember to brush your teeth once in the morning and once in the evening. Brush for 2 minutes every time. Brush along the gum line as well as your tongue which helps to reduce the amount of bacteria that live on the surface of the gums.
Tip 2: Floss Once a Day
A toothbrush cant clean properly in between your teeth and crevices. Plaque and food get lodged into these crevices which causes bacteria to form in between the teeth and gums. Floss everyday.
Tip 3: Stop Smoking & Tobacco.
Smoking and tobacco has an adverse effect on the periodontal health and general health of the body. Quit smoking to prevent any gum disease.
Tip 4: Visit Your Dentist Twice a Year
The dentist can perform a regular check up to determine the health of gums and teeth. Your dentist will check your medical history and its signs in oral cavity. They will also perform cleaning ,if required.
Tip 5: Watch for Signs of Gum Disease
Keep checking for sign of gum disease. You must check to see if you have any tender or swollen gums. Watch for loose or separating teeth. If you are experiencing any kind of pain or swelling, you should see your dentist as soon as possible.