Bleeding gums can arise because of periodontal diseases, which severely affects both your gums and teeth. In fact, many periodontal diseases, such as gum disease, happens because of harmful oral bacteria and dental plaque buildup.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) posits that you may actually be able to control this harmful buildup and the bleeding it may cause by taking the following measures:
-Brushing your teeth twice a day using a fluoride toothpaste for about 2 minutes
-Flossing every day
If you currently find yourself with sensitive gums that tend to bleed easily, you can also use oral hygiene products like these:
-Toothbrushes that are labeled as “sensitive” or “extra soft”
-Water flossers (instead of string floss)
-Electric toothbrushes that have pressure sensors
Additionally, the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends replacing your toothbrush or electric toothbrush head every 3–4 months, or sooner if your bristles start to look frayed or matted, losing their shape and effectiveness.
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How to Stop Bleeding Gums: 12 Treatment Approaches