How many times a day should I brush my teeth to stop gingivitis?

How many times a day should I brush my teeth to stop gingivitis?


You should be brushing your teeth at least
once a day, and I’ll clarify and expand on that. For your risk of gum disease there’s
a lot of studies that show that if you just clean your teeth really well once every second
day — and this may not please your wives — but every second day is enough to stop
gum disease. What I would suggest is to stay in the routine
at least once a day and it doesn’t matter what time of the day you clean. So some of
us are very busy, if we’ve just had children, we’re not sleeping well, it doesn’t matter
if you wake up in the morning and brush and floss your teeth or if it’s last thing before
bed. But stick to once a day so you can try to stay in the routine.

Author: Kevin Mason

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