Gingivitis affects some people with sensitive gums that cause plaque or bacteria on the teeth. This is because if not treated at the beginning of inflammation leads to the loss of teeth
Therefore, treatment is recommended in the first appearance of gum symptoms to avoid these problems
Oral hygiene prevention. This can mean brushing your teeth for at least two minutes, twice a day — in the morning and before going to sleep — and flossing them once a day. Better brushing after each main or light meal or as recommended by the dentist. Flossing allows you to remove suspended food particles and bacteria. Regular visits to the dentist.
See your dentist or oral hygienist regularly to brush your teeth usually every six to 12 months. You may need more professional cleaning if you have risk factors that increase your chance of developing periodontitis – such as dry mouth, taking certain medications, or smoking.
Annual dental X-rays can help identify diseases that are not noticed by visual inspection of teeth and monitoring changes in dental health.
Good health practices. Practices such as eating healthy and controlling blood sugar if you have diabetes are also important for keeping your gums healthy.