Hiiii..... the gap is being created because of tartar formed in between the teeth.....this also causes inflammation and swelling of gums which bleed on brushing....consult your dentist, get scaling done and also get your periodontal status evaluted by your dentist
These are the symptoms of periodontal pockets formed due to calculus deposited on your teeth.
Consult your dentist and get the scaling done.
Sometimes flap surgery is also required for deep pockets. This calculus leads to the resorption of bone if untreated so better consult your doctor.
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