The best bleeding gums treatment is to remove from your teeth the plaque bacteria that causes gum disease. When dental plaque builds up, it turns into tartar, a hard, sticky substance that adheres to your teeth. Without regular teeth cleanings, dental tartar can become a breeding ground for even more plaque, which can creep below the gum line and lead to an infection that causes bleeding gums.So if you notice that you have bleeding gums, see a dentist as soon as you can. Seeking bleeding gums treatment at the first sign of a problem can help reverse gingivitis and help prevent periodontal disease. Other treatment options, such as scaling and root planing procedures, slow down the process of gum disease. If you suffer from an advanced form of periodontal disease, your dentist may recommend ongoing bleeding gums treatment or periodontal therapy. In some cases, dental surgery may be needed to control the bleeding
Regards Dr Ratnika , SMile up Dental Care & Implant center Pune
I can understand your concern.
You are concerned about bleeding gums or staining of your teeth?
For bleeding gums, you can take a tab. Limcee everyday and chew on it.
Increase the intake of citrus fruits in your diet.
Medicines do not reduce staining, its better you stop going for scaling.
Dr. Anil kumar jain.
One aspect of your is bleeding gums,the cause of which could be
1)Dental cause: you did scaling.Now after scaling if bleeding didn't stop there could be a periodontal disease so you go for deep cleaning or periodontal treatment
2)Non-Dental cause:Vitamin C deficiency,or other disorders.A physician can help you do some tests and find out causative factors.
Visit a physician for general check up
Plaque build up will never stop as we never stop eating ,so deposit will be part and parcel of our mouths.So there is no permanent solution for that,only preventive and maintenance of oral hygiene can go a long way in Dental treatment.
you have missed out on the polishing part. After the scaling irregularities on the tooth surface become more which cause increase in the deposit, so get a good polishing done from your dentist.
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