Are Your Gums Bleeding?

shutterstock-94489390 Do you notice a tinge of red every time you spit when brushing your teeth? That could be a sign that your gums are bleeding. The problem with many people is that they often ignore seemingly insignificant problems such as this, thinking that it is harmless and will disappear on its own. However, there are a variety of factors that may have caused your gums to bleed and some of them could be a sign of various oral health problems.

Possible causes of bleeding gums

Poor gum health is usually the reason why gums bleed. This traces back to your oral hygiene. It is essential to brush twice a day and to floss once a day. If you fail to practice such habits, your gums can become sensitive and start to bleed. Proper dental hygiene will improve the health of your gums and they will become less sensitive.

The risks of bleeding gums

Bleeding gums can be a sign of gum disease. It is important for this issue to be immediately assessed to prevent the growth of bacteria, and eventually, further gum damage.

If you have bleeding gums, don’t hesitate to give us a call at 414-377-5711 to have your oral condition evaluated by one of our dentists.

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