Brush your teeth
You should brush your teeth at least twice a day, in the morning when you get up, and in the evening before you go to bed. Use a soft toothbrush to avoid damage to your gums.
Floss daily. This will get the food stuck between your teeth and reduce plaque buildup that cannot be reached by your toothbrush.
Use a mouthwash to rinse away plaque and food particles after flossing.
Avoid certain food and drink
Certain foods and drinks can be harmful to your teeth. High acidic foods can damage enamel, sugary food and drinks can cause tooth decay, and hard foods can chip and damage your teeth.
You can make certain lifestyle choices to help maintain healthy oral hygiene and prevent serious problems to your teeth and health. This includes not smoking and avoiding excessive alcohol.