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My problem,,,,,,,, bleeding from gum,, but no pain & swelling,,,,,,, how cure my problem,,till10 yr+
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Dr. Avinash B. S
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Bleeding gums are one of the first signs of gum inflammation (gingivitis). In majority of the cases gum inflammation is due to tartar build up as a result of poor oral hygiene or improper brushing technique. You need to visit the dentist and get your teeth cleaned (scaling). After scaling, dentist would show you proper brushing technique. If there are other causes for bleeding gums dentist will
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Dr. Sarika Agarwal
Dentist 17 yrs exp Ghaziabad
bleeding from gums is the first sign of inflammation of gums. a scaling and polishing is recommended every six months apart from regular brushing two tmes a day and other oral hygiene measures like flossing and use of mouthwash. but unfortunately this practise in not followed in our country on regular basis. since inflammation of gums does not present itself with lot of pain,periodontal health is neglected on a large scale resulting in bleeding from gums,fowl odour_ halitosis,loosening of teeth,and finally loss of teeth. i advice a scaling will keep 90 percent gum and teeth problemsat bay if followed at least twice in a year
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Dr. Kavita Narang
Dental Surgeon 12 yrs exp Gurgaon
Bleeding from gums is a sign of inflamed or diseased gums.It can happen with or without pain.Some of the common causes of bleeding gums are Trauma due to faulty toothbrushing and Tartar build up.You should consult dentist for proper clinical examination to establish cause of your bleeding gums and get it treated.
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