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Bleeding gums

My gums bleed every time when I brush or eat little hard thing. How can I fix this problem. What could be the reason for this. Please let me know as how to overcome this problem.It also pains badly.I use soft brush but still my gums bleed. Please help me doctor
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Dr. Prashanth .V Chennai | Oral And MaxilloFacial Surgeon
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Hello sir , bleeding gums are a sign of gingival inflamation . Wher the gingival so rounding the tooth surface gets swollen by local factors like plaque, calculus , or any deposits . A thorough scaling followed by oral prophylaxis will help u to overcome this bleeding issue . And as the inflammation subsides ur pain will also reduce .
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Dr. Rohan Virani Mumbai | Implantologist
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U will need to undergo gum cleaning which is painless 20 min procedure. Feel free to contact us. Visit www.trisadental.in
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Get your teeth cleaned
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Hi, this happens because of gums inflammation. When gums are inflamed, a minor injury like brushing or hard food can cause bleeding. Most common reason for this is plaque and calculus deposition which can be removed by scaling & oral prophylaxis. You need to visit a dentist and get oral check up done. After examining only we can find the exact cause and treat accordingly. Meanwhile you can start with warm saline rinses and analgesics if you are feeling pain in some teeth. But for permanemt solution you need to visit a dentist. Take care.
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Your gums may be infected. You need to get your teeth professionaly cleaned to remove any accumulated tartar on your teeth. Use a mouth wash regularly. Visit your dentist for further examination and treatment
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