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Dental Benefit – Bleeding Gums.

Monday, Oct. 3rd 2022 6:11 AM

My gums have been bleeding when I brush my teeth.  I brush two to three times a day depending on what I eat.  Lately I have notice that my gums look a little redder then they use to and they bleeding when I brush.  Not a lot but enough for me to notice.  Should I see a dentist about this?  I worried that something is up.  

Answer: First whenever you feel you are having a dental issue you are unsure about, seeing your dentist is always a good idea. However make sure you are not brushing your teeth too hard, sounds as if that can also be the cause to why your gums are getting red.   You talked about how well you brush and that good but did not say if you are flossing.  Flossing is a very important step in your daily dental care habits in maintaining healthy teeth and gums.  

Posted on Monday, Oct. 3rd 2022 6:11 AM | by carol | in Dental Benefits | No Comments »

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