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Peridontits in gums

Pls. Help me how to cure bleeding gums(peridontitits) . Gums are painful and bleeding comes mainly in morning teeth during wake up. Also go for laser treatment 4 months before but it again start. Always brush 2 times in day and also floss teeth.
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Make an appointment with your dentist. Dentist will examine your teeth and gums and determine if you have a more serious condition, such as advanced gum disease. Your dentist might also take an x-ray of the teeth and gums. If the dentist believes treatment is needed, such as a deep cleaning or periodontal surgery, then do it accordingly. In some cases, bleeding gums are no big deal, but in certain instances can warrant professional treatment. With the right diagnosis and personal care, bleeding gums can become a thing of the past.
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Dr. Rashmi Punhani Bangalore | Pediatric Dentist
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Hi there... Visit a nearest periodontist ASAP and plan accordingly... Take care..!!
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Dr. Govindaraj.S.J Bangalore | Implantologist
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Since you mention of periodontitis and having undergone laser treatment its unfortunate. It can mean either the treatment was not done properly or you didnt maintain a good oral hygiene. Seek an appointment with a periodontist and consider all treatment options and do a follow up every 3 months intially. Posting an OPG x-ray in the forum will help other clinicians to give you good treatment options.
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Dr. Abdul Ahad Delhi | Periodontist
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Hi. There can be many other reasons of bleeding gums, even if you maintain a good oral hygiene. I need to know what kind of 'laser' treatment has been done to your Gums, and what is the severity of disease. You need to see a good Periodontist for complete treatment.
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