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Gum bleeding
While i am brushing my teeth am noticing gum bleeding from my tooth....from past three days i am noticing this,anything serious
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Don’t worry this condition is not serious, it occurs commonly because of plaque and tartar deposits. It can be fixed with scaling. If it doesn’t, there might be some other pathology. We need to check it clinically.
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Swollen gums will be there mostly due to plaque and calculus accumulation. You need to get scaling done
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Bleeding gums is a common symptom of gingivitis, periodontitis and other forms of gums disease. But bleeding from your gums can also indicate other issues like teeth grinding, diabetes, hormone fluctuations and vitamin deficiencies. Please consult a Dentist. Thank you
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Nothing serious. Just get scaling done and maintain oral hygiene. It will recover.
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Hii.. It's not like nothing serious..your gums needs to be checked properly for the cause of your symptom.. Maybe cleaning of teeth is required with some medications like gel n mouthwash..
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consult or show pics to dentist for proper treatment and medications..
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Nothing serious but please consult the dentist for instructions and treatment
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Hello Bleeding gums is a sign of gum inflammation due to tartar U simply need cleaning of the calculus and maybe some prescription of mouthwash n gel to keep them healthy
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Please consult gum specialist
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Generally bleeding result from swollen gums due to pyorrhea which isn’t quite serious and can be taken care of by scaling
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Visit a nearby dentist
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Start warm saline rinses
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Scaling needed Apply gum paint Salt water  gargle
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Hello No But ur gums are not healthy Get cleaning done and use gum paint,that ll help u
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HI, Visit a dentist and get a clinical examination. You may need to get a full mouth cleaning.
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Don’t worry nothing serious, Bleeding gums is the sign of inflammation due to deposits . Go to a dentist get scaling done.
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