How can i make my mouth healthy?

Tell the dentist about any medical conditions you have and the medications you are taking, follow a well-balanced diet, stop smoking. Smoking increases the risk of gum disease. It's important to brush your teeth twice a day, although brushing your teeth before bed and after meals is also very important, as it can help prevent the buildup of bacteria and plaque. Hold your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle against your gums.

By moving the brush back and forth in small wide tooth movements, begin to gently clean each surface of the teeth. This includes chewing and the inner surfaces of the teeth, as well as the outer surfaces. You can also use the tip of the toothbrush to clean the inner front teeth. Daily flossing is essential to prevent tooth decay and gum disease.

It is recommended to floss at least once a day, so try to start developing the habit of flossing when brushing your teeth. To do this, take approximately 18 inches of dental floss and wrap it around a finger on each hand. Then, gently guide the floss between your teeth with a gentle movement from top to bottom. Once you have reached the gum line, fold the dental floss around the tooth and slide it into the space between the gum and the tooth.

Then, you should lower the dental floss and fold it around the adjacent tooth, also cleaning between the gum line and the tooth. Other conditions that may be related to oral health include eating disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, certain types of cancer, and an immune system disorder that causes dry mouth (Sjogren's syndrome).