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Dental Health :
Bleeding Gums

Bleeding gums are a sign of gingivitis or periodontal disease. Left untreated, these can not just make your teeth fall out but also increase your risk of heart disease and certain kinds of cancer. Oral hygiene, a healthy diet with enough Vitamin C and regular dental care can stop gums from bleeding.

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1. Whom should I consult if I have the problem of bleeding gums?

You have to go to a dentist.

2. Is bleeding of the gum a serious problem?

Yes, bleeding gums is a serious problem. It is either indicating the beginning of the destructive process involving the supporting tissue around the tooth or some serious underlying systemic problems, which could be fatal.

3. Is there any medication for bleeding gums?

Liquid solutions are available across the counter, which can be self administered by patient. When applied over the gums it either stops or reduces bleeding. But long lasting result s are obtained only by treating the cause.






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