In addition to regular visits to a dentist, the best prevention for periodontal disease takes place at home. Healthy habits and good oral hygiene, including daily brushing and flossing, are critical in preventing gum disease and maintaining good oral health after periodontal treatment.
Correct tooth brushing is the first defense against periodontal disease. Here are some tips for making sure you brush correctly:
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