If your dentist has diagnosed you with gingivitis, then it is time to start taking control of your dental health. Having this diagnosis is not the end of the world, if you are an otherwise healthy adult, then you will be able to get rid of the condition and restore your gum health quickly and reasonably easily. Much of the treatment can be done at home through regular, yet consistent and efficient, dental routines.


Get Your Vegetables and Whole Grains


One of the best ways to stop gingivitis from occurring or worsening is to have a good diet that is filled with fresh fruit, vegetables and plenty of whole grains. Eating leafy greens, dairy products, root vegetables, vitamin rich fruits and whole grain products is essential to give you strong teeth and healthy gums. The reason is that these foods give you all the vitamins and nutrients that you need for a healthy body and foods that are high in sugar actively encourage bacterial growth in your mouth. These bacteria are the cause of plaque growth on your teeth and this causes gingivitis.


The more sugar you can cut out of your diet, the healthier your mouth and gums will be. Of course adjusting your diet does not get you off the hook with brushing, you do need to combine a healthy diet with a good amount of brushing.


Visit the Dentist Regularly


If you have a dental check up every six months or so your dentist can keep an eye on your dental health and spot conditions such as gingivitis early on. They are also able to clean your teeth and scrape off any hard plaque that your toothbrush cannot remove. That way gingivitis does not have the foothold that it does in many other people’s teeth.


Use OraMD Paste


OraMD is a special oral health product that is totally natural and  prevents and treats gingivitis. You can use this product to brush with and you can also make it into a mouth wash to flush away germs and bacteria that hide out under the gum line where your toothbrush is not able to reach. OraMD is ideal for using as a quick rinse between meals to stop bacteria growing and flourishing in your mouth.


Brush and Floss Each Day


You have surely heard this message regularly, but it is amazing how many people cut corners with their dental health. Make sure you are brushing your teeth at least twice a day and flossing at least once a day. In addition, you should use a mouth wash to get rid of bacteria build up. If you follow the above advice, then you will be able to prevent gingivitis from occurring or treat it quickly if you have already developed the condition.

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