1-Brush for two minutes, twice a day with an electric or manual toothbrush that has a small head and soft rounded bristles. Try not to brush too hard and make circular or elliptical movements in the mouth. It is recommended that you change your toothbrush every three months.
2-Flossing or interdental brushes can help remove food particles and bacterial plaque from hard-to-reach areas, such as between teeth. Floss twice a day, ideally before brushing your teeth.
3-Choose a fluoride toothpaste that has been scientifically formulated to reduce the accumulation of bacterial plaque that irritates your gums and causes gingival disease. For example, parodontax toothpaste physically eliminates the accumulation of bacterial plaque, being x4 times more effective than a regular toothpaste, eliminating the accumulation of bacteria, one of the causes of bleeding gums.
4-If your gums bleed when you brush your teeth or suffer from any other sign of gingival disease, talk to your dentist as soon as possible. Do not wait for a problem before acting. Having regular checkups can help identify and treat the symptoms of gingival disease before they get worse.
5-A diet low in nutrients can make teeth and gums more vulnerable. Similarly, smokers' gums are more prone to infection. Leading a healthy lifestyle and eating well can help your whole body be under control, including your gums.