Bleeding gums are the most common symptom nowadays.
If your gums bleed when you brush or floss your teeth, you might shrug it off or think this is normal. But bleeding from the gums indicates an underlying problem.
Factors like brushing too vigorously, injury, menstruation, pregnancy, and inflammation can contribute to bleeding gums.
Frequent gum bleeding can also indicate more serious conditions, including:
1.periodontitis (an advanced form of gum disease)
2.leukemia (cancer of the blood)
4.lack of clotting cells (platelets)
1. Practice good oral hygiene
- Teeth brushing twice a day with manual or electric tooth brush with a small head and soft round bristles. Try not to brush too hard and use a circular or elliptical motion around your mouth. It is recommended to replace your toothbrush every 3 months.
- Floss twice daily, ideally just before you brush your teeth.
- Mouth rinsing with antibacterial mouthwash after every meal
2 .Stop smoking
3. Reduce stress level
4. Increase your intake of vitamin C &K
5. Reduce intake of carbohydrates
6. Apply cold compress
7. alanced A poor diet that is low in nutrients can make teeth and gums more vulnerable to problems. The gums of smokers are susceptible to infection. Leading a healthy lifetsyle and eating well can help keep your whole body in good condition, including your gums.
8. Visit your dentist twice per year for professional teeth and gum cleaning
Services offered at AMARA DENTAL for treatment of bleeding gums
Our team will assess and discuss the cause of your bleeding gums and various advanced nonsurgical treatment options such as laser assisted gum cleaning.
Our dentist will let you know if you have gingivitis and teach you how to brush and floss your teeth properly.