Bleeding gums are another most common signs of inflamed gum tissues. Do you have any of the following gum situations?
Do your gums bleed when you brush your teeth?
Do they bleed while you floss?
Does gum bleed while you eat food?
Does gum bleed spontaneously?
The most common reason for gum bleeding is gingivitis or gingival inflammation. Gingivitis is the early stage of gum disease. Bleeding gums are signs of gum disease. Here gums are inflamed from tartar and bacterial deposits. Bacteria liberates toxin, which further makes gingival tissues condition to deteriorate.
Simple Steps to stop the bleeding gums: Get a professional consultation with a Gum specialist, also known as a periodontist. At RDI, our gum specialists (periodontists) are trained to perform complete analysis and provide valuable treatment solution to stop bleeding gums.
Treatment choices: Professional cleaning also is known as Prophylaxis. This is done to remove tartar or bacterial plaque. Periodontal therapy is also a treatment of choice for advanced gum disease. Learn more about treatment options for gum disease. Make an appointment with our Periodontist.