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How do you prevent Red Gums when you brush your Teeth?

Well-groomed gums are not dark red, so if your gums are dark red when brushing your teeth, this is not normal. This may be an early indication of gum problems and therefore you should consult your dentist at this stage.

Dark red gums can have many causes – a new oral care habit, stiff or insufficient brushing, too much brushing or some health problems. Usually dark red gums are caused by the accumulation of plaques around or around the teeth. If these plates are not removed, they may cause a dark red in the gum.

Here you can find the daily oral care habits of 6 steps you need to acquire in order to reduce the possibility of a dark red when brushing your teeth:

  1. Two Times Two Minutes

Brushing helps to remove plaque and food pieces on and between teeth. If these plaques are not removed, they can irritate your gums and cause gum problems. It is recommended to brush 2 times a day for 2 minutes with a fluoride toothpaste such as parodontax.

  1. Do Not Jump Up

Brush all corners of your mouth while brushing your teeth. Be sure to brush hard-to-reach areas, especially between teeth.

  1. Sensitive Behavior

If you brush the teeth in question, it doesn’t mean you whisk the hard brush. Even using a hard or pressing brush or a worn toothbrush can damage the tooth enamel. Therefore, it is necessary to be careful. It is also recommended that you replace the toothbrush every 3 months.

  1. Learn The Future

Use it in a rounded or elliptical motion and to make the toothbrush point downward at a 45-degree angle to the gum. This helps to clean the gum line (where the gums meet the teeth). For the inner surfaces of the front teeth, rotate the toothbrush vertically and use the front to make small, rounded movements.

  1. Don’t Forget The Dental Ethics Line

It is possible for your gum line to accumulate. You should pay special attention to the removal of plaques from this area and the gap between the teeth. Regular flossing and use of interdental brushes can help remove these plaques.

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