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Periodontal treatment is successful when the patient practises good oral hygiene, and the dentist provides regular care.

The frequency of your follow-up dental visits will depend on the severity of your case. Dentists recommend that check-ups should be every three to six months. Attending your regular appointments ensures that your periodontitis will not cause further damage to your gums and bones. 

It is vital to note that maintaining good oral hygiene habits is one of the critical points for a successful treatment. The main goal of an oral hygiene routine is to trim down or eliminate the bacteria in your mouth which cause infection. You need to listen to your dentist since he will provide clear instructions on keeping your mouth and teeth healthy. To help prevent dental decay and gum disease, here are some helpful tips :

Brush your teeth twice a day. Brushing your teeth helps in the removal of plaque and germs in your teeth. Always brush with a soft-bristled brush and use toothpaste that has an anti-plaque formula.  Use an antibacterial mouthwash after you brush to help reduce inflammation in your mouth and prevent bacteria from growing.

Floss regularly. Most of the time, there are remaining food particles that the toothbrush can’t reach. Flossing can remove the bacteria and food debris in between your teeth. Regular brushing of teeth and flossing can prevent gum diseases. 

Eat a balanced diet. Ensure eating various food from meat, fish, poultry, milk products, vegetables, and fruits. Avoid eating and drinking sugary food and beverages. Limit the amount of candy and snacks you eat between meals.

Schedule regular dental appointments. Performing a periodontal exam as part of your regular dental check-up is recommended. With professional cleaning, you can prevent periodontal diseases. 

Quit smoking. It is the perfect time for you to stop smoking. Smoking can irritate gum tissues and aggravate existing periodontitis.

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