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Fro last week i have mild pain in my upper left teeth...and have gum problem, some times it bleed also. I use very soft brush and dantkanti paste but no relief..
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Dr. Puja Bansal
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hello bleeding from gums could be because of deposits on your teeth, visit your dentist and get your scaling done, brush twice a day and rinse after every meal.
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Dr. Jagadish CD
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(1)"dantkanti" a tooth paste which had been launched few years back with flashy advertisement Doesn't make it to be a superior tooth paste than pastes which goes through vigorous scrutiny since years (Colgate/pepsodent/gsk ) (2)Any tooth paste which has fluoride will help  u. (3)For every 6 months visit a dentist, regardless of which tooth paste u use. (4) a dentist (periodontist) would teach u a good brushing methods. (5) pain could be due to tooth infection or gums. U need help from a dentist to rule out this.
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Dr. Babita Sangwan
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Hi. .This could be due to a deep cavity or may be due to gum problem (periodontitis).. you should immediately consult a dentist in order to prevent further pain and discomfort. .hope this helps
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Bleeding from the gums is a sign of gum infection/inflammation, and this is not always reversible with brushing..... the toothpaste doesn't make much of a difference and what actually matters is the brushing technique that you employ to clean your gums.... most likely you will be requiring a session of teeth cleaning followed by a guidance about the proper brushing technique for better gum health in the future..... Regards.....
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visit your dentist for a proper clinical examination
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Dr. Yatharth Bhatia
Dentist 13 yrs exp Gurgaon
Hi Mild pain and bleeding gums is not gonna settle by just brushing twice. You should take a professional opinion in person Regards
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Dr. Kishor V.Selukar
Dentist 8 yrs exp Pune
I think you didn't use that side for chewing, if it is so, start eating from that side, do professional cleaning (scaling) of gums, definitely you will feel difference
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maintain balanced chewing, cleaning
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take mouthwash on alternate days while performing professional cleaning(scaling)
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Dr. Gaurav Goel
Dentist 17 yrs exp Delhi
Sounds like a pocket. Get a scaling done. Brush twice a day with any available toothpaste. Do gum massage after brushing.
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Dr. Shruti Shanbhag
Dentist 7 yrs exp Mumbai
The mild pain could be because of your gum issue or due to some decay. Use of brush and toothpaste is only effective in maintenance of teeth, not correcting gum/ teeth problems after they start. For that you need to visit a dentist and clean your gums and get your teeth checked. Correct technique of brushing is also important. Please find out which is the best toothpaste for you in case your current one is not effective.
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