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Bleeding gums
I've been noticing whitish swollen gums occasionally bleeding while brushing around one of the last molar teeth at the back. It's not very painful but definitely sensitive. What it could be?
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It could be recurrent pericoronitis
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Go for full mouth scalling Salt with luke warm water gargle Use mouthwash Mentain oral hygiene Visit dental clinic
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It could be localized gingivitis. Maintain oral hygiene. Warm saline rinses thrice a day. Visit a local dentist for physical evaluation and treatment (as required).
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