If you haven’t experienced database corruption in your SQL Server career and had to pore over DBCC CHECKDB output, you’re a lucky soul. If you encounter corruption, the most important thing you can have is the output, because this helps determine your next course of action.
First, you need to be running CHECKDB on a regular basis. If you’re going to ask what you mean by regular basis, I’ll direct you to a post of Paul’s that is still relevant: Importance of running regular consistency checks. There are a few factors to consider, but in general I recommend at least