What disease causes the following symptoms: bleeding gums, loose teeth and swollen joints?

Complex answer. Bleeding gums, loose teeth are signs of gum disease. Swollen joints can be something systemic which might have nothing to do with the gums disease symptoms. I would suggest a consultation with your medical doctor and a periodontist.
Vitamin C deficiency. Vitamin c deficiency (also known as scurvy) over a long period of time causes a breakdown in the body's connective tissue (collagen). Advanced symptoms include bleeding gums, loose teeth, muscle pain, weakness, and swollen joints.
Not the same disease. It could be more then one issue that you are having, gum disease is a bacterial infection, it is the leading cause for gum infection cuasing bone loss and thus tooth mobility, on the other hand swollen joints is an inflammation of the joints, it can happen in the same time but could be related to a different issue such as arthritis or gouts. You should see a periodontist and a rheumatologist.

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What disease could cause the following symptoms: bleeding gums, loose teeth, painful and swollen joints?

Vitamin C deficiency. The symptoms you described are classic symptoms of vitamin c deficiency(scurvy). The symptoms in part or in whole could be secondary to a number of medical problems. Without more clinical information a more specific response is not possible. Read more...
Very tough question. See your md. Get a cbc. Share this list with your md (rightdiagnosis.Com) 1. Acute erythroleukemia 2. Acute myeloblastic leukemia type 3 3. Acute myeloid leukemia 4. Acute non lymphoblastic leukemia 5. Bacterial diseases 6. Hemophilia 7. Injury 8. Lead poisoning 9. Leukemia 10. Leukemia, myeloid 11. Lupus 12. Phenytoin -- teratogenic agent 13. Stress 14. Viral diseases 15. Woodhouse sakati syndrom. Read more...
Scurvy. It is not likely in this day and age, but your symptoms are ones sailors on long voyages used to suffer from. It is a lack of vitamin c. An aside, british sailors (and now all uk citizens) are called limey's since they warded of scurvy by eating limes on long voyages. Probably unhelpful, but historically enlightening. Read more...

Remedy for plagued teeth and swollen and bleeding gums?

See dentist. This could be anything from a viral illness (if it happened all of a sudden) to a chronic infection, periodonitis. While good oral care with brushing and flossing can prevent periodonitis, once it occurs, you need to get it professionally cleaned as well as possible antibiotics. The longer you wait, the more chance of permanent damage (aka lost teeth or worse infection). Read more...
Plaqued teeth? If there is only plaque and no calculus, exceptional brushing and flossing can clean it off and heal the gums and stop the bleeding. If the plaque has been undisturbed for more than 24 to 48 hours you will have to have a dental professional clean your teeth, which is most likely what is necessary in your case. Read more...
Dental cleaning! Get to a dentist and have your teeth cleaned is the only way to remove all the stain and build-up. By having this done, your gums can heal. In the mean time, use listerine or crest pro-health rinse. Warm salt water or peroxide will help if you have any infections, but nothing you do at home can help as much as a good dental cleaning. Read more...
Visit your dentist. In the mean time, try to improve your oral hygiene, also warm salt water rinses with a litle hydrogen peroxide will help to some extend. Read more...
Professional cleanin. Brush twice/day, floss or water pik on a daily basis and have your teeth professionally cleaned. Read more...