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Lupus Cause Bleeding Gums When Brushing
What might be the cause for bleeding gums and bad breath for a 5 year old boy? (note: we do brush his teeth twice a day!)
Bleeding gums: Sign of gum infection. Bravo for brushing his teeth twice daily. Have to brush for 2 full minutes by the clock with a pea-sized portion of fluoridated toothpaste. Must also floss him daily, can-t get between teeth with toothbrush. Important that your son be seen immediately by General Dentist or preferably a Pediatric Dental Specialist. Infection requires immediate treatment. ...Read more
Can gingivitis cause bleeding gums? When I brush my teeth, and sometimes even if I just put pressure on my upper gums with my tongue, they bleed. What could be causing this? .
Had severe nosebleeds and bleeding gums when brushing when taking 81mg of aspirin. Am now taking aspirin every other day instead. Still beneficial?
Maybe: You will still get some benefit from taking the aspirin. However, I would visit your cardiologist or primary care physician to determine if it is only the Aspirin that is causing the bleeding, or an underlying condition that could be more serious. ...Read more
Bleeding gums while brushing? What if we never brush. Primitive humans never did. What happens though?
Tooth loss: Consider this: primitive humans had a very short life span, they ate what they could, but it was a diet that was basically raw, coarse and very gritty and had almost no simple sugars. Tooth loss for them was due more to wear or attrition than caries. We moderns eat a softer, refined and full of simple sugar diet. If we do not brush/floss well we will not retain teeth for our span (70+) years. ...Read more
Brush, brush, brush: If you are using a soft brishle brush, there should be no problem brushing on bleeding gum since it wll not traumatized the gum and will help to stop the bleeding with good oral hygiene effort. ...Read more
Soft brush: Use a soft brush, brush lightly including the gums even if they bleed, and use floss. Over time, they will stop bleeding. Make sure to follow up with your dentist. ...Read more
See a periodontist:
If you have bleeding gums it is a sign of a problem. It could be an infection in the gums or the sign of a systemic problem
start with the periodontist first. ...Read more
Gum problems: gum bleeding but no tartar nor any swelling. Also no bleeding while brushing. What is going on?
I'm suffering from bad breath and gum bleeding. I see blood while brushing or eating a banana. How do I stop this?
Brush, brush, brush: Brushing bleeding gums will establish the drainage and improve the color of the gum and alleviate or stop the bleeding. However, bleeding is only a sign of inflammation. You must treat the cause, i.E, food impaction, malocclusion, dental or periodontal abscess, gingivitis/periodontitis. Check with your dentist for definitive diagnosis. ...Read more
See a dentist: Evan mildly bleeding gums with brushing can indicate a disease call periodontitis, which left untreated can lead to tooth loss. It may be other things as well, but gum disease is by far the most common. I would recommend seeing a dentist as it will probably get worse until you do. ...Read more
Brush/Floss/Care: You need to see a dentist for an evaluation. You may need care to get you started. If you have deposits only professional care can remove them. They can also help determine the best home care regimen for you. ...Read more
Whenever after I eat but I can't (5) some bleeding gums when I brush my teeth, maybe ithe food I eat?
Bleeding gums, human blood taste, can be a sign that you are at risk for, or already have, gum disease. The bacteria and other particles, constantly form a sticky, colorless toxic “plaque” on teeth causing the gums to become inflamed and to easily bleed. This is a serious problem, which should be checked by a dentist. The good news is that this condition is curable. Call your dentist today!
I usually have bleeding gums, everytime I brush my teeth. Even when I use dental floss, it always happen. What does it mean? Thank you
Gum Inflammation: Your gums are inflamed. See a dentist for an evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Hello I have bleeding gums I went to hygienist but they were bleeding more I rinsed with salt listerin brush my teeth twice nothing helps please advic?
In healing phase?: They may still be in the healing phase. When gums are irritated from plaque & calculus, they bleed. Following a thorough cleaning, the gums begin to heal. Similarly when you scrape your knee, you keep it clean but understand that it takes awhile to heal. Bleeding should diminish over time. Keep brushing and flossing gently and give it some time (1-2 weeks). If not better, go back to your dentist. ...Read more
My toothbrush was used to scrub poo off the toilet. Seconds later I brushed my teeth with it. I have bleeding gums. Can you catch hep a from day old poo?
Yuk!: Three issues here. First, who didn't throw the toothbrush out right away? Second, you can catch other things as well from the contaminated toothbrush but I would be overly concerned. Third, if you have bleeding gums you need to see a dentist as that is an indication of periodontal (gum) problems which will only get worse over time. A short term illness gets better, while lost teeth is a lifetime. ...Read more
Bleeding Gums after brushing, White Wrinkled Lines in inner/lower cheek, Peeling skin in mouth, Rough Spots?
Check it out: Different possibilities-candidiasis, viral, systemic issues? See your doc for accurate diagnosis, ...Read more
A friend was exposed to hep c on the job (nurse), and I accidentally drank out of her cup today after brushing my teeth really hard in the am, with bleeding gums. Am I at risk? Should I be tested?
Help with swollen and bleeding gums? I haven't been to the dentist in a long time, but did finally schedule an appointment for later in the month. In the meantime, my gums have become swollen to the point where they bleed anytime I brush or floss. Should
An: An appointment a few weeks out is routine and your situation is no longer routine. Call for a more immediate evaluation and try to get your gum problem under immediate control. ...Read more
I'm about 19 weeks pregnant with super sore bleeding gums especially when I brush my teeth I've noticed a lot more blood lately how do I make this stop?
See your dentist: You possibly may have a case of pregnancy gingivitis. A dental hygienist can clean your teeth for you after an exam by a dentist. If you have any tartar buildup that could be removed it will help a lot. You need to see a dentist to have an accurate diagnosis. Any amount plaque buildup can cause a lot of bleeding when you are pregnant. ...Read more
I have bleeding gums every morning I brush my teeth Is it HIV INFECTION OR I NEED VITAMIN SUPPLEMENTS TO BE ABLE TO STOP THE BLEEDING? Please help.
Need dental exam: To get your answer you will need a dental exam ...Read more
The OPPOSITE - TRUE!: Only for those that floss RELIGIOUSLY. ....I mean- on Xmass and Easter....so, when you try to floss on a regular day- your gums will bleed ;-( Try to floss EVERY day for three weeks, bleeding should subside or stop ...Read more
Infection: Gum disease is caused by bacteria. Many factors exacerbate gum disease, most notably diabetes. It is eminently treatable. With your medical history I would strongly suggest that you ask your dentist for the name of the best periodontist (gum/bone specialist) in your area. A periodontist will work with you and your dentist to bring your gum disease under control. ...Read more
Hi, I just want to know what causes bleeding gums, my 2yr old's gums are bleeding I'm so worried. Plz help?
What are the causes of bleeding nose and gums? What lead to nose and gum bleeding without any injuries?
Dental and Medical: As a dentist, I can tell you that bleeding gums is not normal, and is often a sign of gum disease. This would not explain your nose bleeding though, and you may have a secondary problem, or another issue completely. Call your dentist for a check of your mouth, and call your md or ENT as well, to check your nose. Call today! ...Read more
Poor oral hygiene: Most commonly, the answer is inadequate oral hygiene. The plaque/bacteria accumulate on your teeth and under the gums and causes an infection called gingivitis, and in more advanced stages, periodontitis. This can lead to tooth loss if left untreated. Go see your dentist today. ...Read more
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