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Pain in teeth gums
In the last 15-20 days, while brushing I have a pain in the gums of the teeth Sometimes when I brush, I have a pain followed by little quantity of blood.. Kindly suggest to control this to avoid future complications in the teeth and gums.
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Attach some clear photographs of effected area. Pain and bleeding in gums could be due to gingivitis or gum inflammation which require immediate treatment. It could be due to calculus or plaque deposit in tooth. Visit clinic for proper cleaning of your tooth. After cleaning try to maintain good oral hygiene by brushing twice a day, warm saline water rinses two to three times a day,  use mouthwash. Still have queries then consult doctor online or offline.
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Pain and bleeding in gums during brushing or while taking some foods usually comes due to ill gum health and deposits on the teeth. You may need scaling and based on the extent of deposits, it may go to deep scaling too.. so please consult a dentist asap to avoid further consequences like gum recession, bone loss and so..
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Hello dear Please be calm See it seems to be periodontitis with rapid progression.i suggest you to please share pic and history for confirmation of diagnosis.for further details you can consult me Thanks
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Pl visit a dentist and do teeth cleaning. Along with that, start warm salt water rinses and gum massage with your fingers, twice a day for 1 week. It will settle
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Your symptoms appear to be related to gum health. Please visit a dentist for a check up, you may need a scaling (professional dental cleaning) followed by an assessment for any gum recession or cavities in the tooth near the gum line
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Use a soft bristle tooth brush and gently brush your teeth twice a day.
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