Rinse your mouth five to six times a day with it. 7. Drink green tea. It helps to eliminate oral bacteria. 8.
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Tips for oral hygiene during pregnancy
There are several hormonal changes in your body during pregnancy which may increase the risk of gum disease (pregnancy gingivitis) which in turn might affect the health of your baby. Studies suggest that pregnant women with pregnancy gingivitis are more likely to deliver premature and low-weight babies when compared to others.
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8 tips to improve your oral hygiene
Remember to brush the inner surfaces of teeth where the tongue presses against the teeth. Clean your tongue The grooves and ridges on your tongue can be breeding ground for bacteria. Hence a good oral hygiene practice involves cleaning your tongue too. Ideally, you should use a tongue cleaner to gently scrape your tongue. You may general dentist use a toothbrush.
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