DO THIS For Healthier Gums AND Teeth

Oral hygiene: Brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing once a day removes plaque and food particles that can harbor bacteria. When choosing a toothbrush, a soft-bristled option is recommended to avoid damaging your gums.
Fluoride toothpaste: Using fluoride toothpaste strengthens tooth enamel, making teeth more resistant to cavities.
Diet: Limiting sugary foods and drinks reduces the amount of fuel available for bacteria in your mouth to produce cavity-causing acids. Opt for fruits, vegetables, and dairy products instead.
Regular dental checkups: Visiting your dentist for regular cleanings and checkups allows for early detection and treatment of potential problems.
Consider mouthwash: While not a replacement for brushing and flossing, a therapeutic mouthwash can help reduce plaque and gingivitis, especially in hard-to-reach areas. Consult your dentist to determine if mouthwash is right for you.
Avoid smoking and tobacco use: Smoking and tobacco use can significantly increase your risk of gum disease and oral cancer.
Following these practices can significantly improve your oral health and keep your smile healthy.