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Bleeding from gum, lower teeth congested
My gum is bleeding frequently, lower teeth is badly congested from my childhood, now smell coming out from my mouth.
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According to your complaint, the reason for bleeding from your gums is due to accumulation of food debris on the lower front teeth near the gum line, which causes infection of the gums. With proper oral hygiene measures, this condition might be controlled. But in your case, the reason for repeated accumulation of food debris could be improper alignment of your teeth. Because, congested teeth can hamper the self-cleansing efficiency of tongue and teeth.
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Seek professional help for teeth cleaning and polishing, get your teeth aligned properly by an orthodontist.
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Look into a wall mirror while you brush your teeth....and spend more time where there is more tartar (debris).
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Hello, bleeding gums and bad breath could be because of deposits on teeth surface or food lodged in between teeth. Visit a dentist and get your scaling and polishing done. Brush your teeth twice daily, night brushing is very important. Floss regularly. Rinse after every meal. Visit dentist every 6 months.
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Bleeding gums and bad breath are due to infection in your gums. Visit a periodontist as soon as possible to get a complete evaluation of your gums and tooth supporting bone. This condition can be reversed if it is diagnosed in the early stages.
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do not postpone treatment to a stage where the problem becomes irreversible.
Health Tips
visit a periodontist (dentist who is specialist in evaluating and treating gum diseases) in specific for best care.
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