If my gums are not bleeding but swollen, do I have periodontal disease?

Yes. Start treatment with vitamin c with bioflavenoids, co q10 and therafresh toothpaste and mouthwash and your gums will improve within 2 weeks. Give this a try prior to repeated scaling and possible gum surgery. It worked for me.
Gingivitis. Is the inflammation of your gums before there is any bone loss, and is reversible. As soon as there is measurable bone loss, you have periodontal disease. If there is only swelling yo u have gingivitis.
Yes, . Bleeding gums are one of the first signs of periodontal disease. Bleeding upon brushing can be a reversible stage of gum disease and with proper treatment will stop. Best to see you dentist for treatment.
Maybe. Are they swollen behind your lower molars? If so, probably not, it may be pericorinitis, a swelling sometimes caused by trapped food, stress or 3rd molar coming in. However, if you have swelling around other areas of the gums, it could be an allergic reaction or yes, a form of periodontal concern. See a dentist to verify your reason for swelling. An abscessed tooth can cause the gum to swell too.

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I had swollen & bleeding gums 8 months ago. My gums are still swollen but the bleeding started again 2 days ago. Do I have periodontal disease.?

Possibly. Periodontal disease is diagnosed with a dental examination, which includes radiographs and periodontal pocket charting. Without this information all we can say is that your symptoms indicate severe inflammation which should be immediately addressed by a local dentist. Failure to treat this can result in the loss of your teeth. Read more...
Probably. Periodontal disease is an infection process. It doesn't self heal. You need professional care now, before the infection spreads. Call your Dentist. Referral to a Periodontist (Gum Specialist) may be in order. If you had an infection anywhere else in your body would you wait 8 months and hope for a miracle? Don't wait, call now. Read more...

If you have gingitivas & your gums have been red and swollen for 10 months. They have stopped bleeding. Do you have periodontal disease?

Possibly. Red and inflamed gums is an indication of gingivitis. This can lead to bone destruction if left untreated. I would contact your dentist or periodontist for an assessment. Read more...
Yes. and it doesn't self heal. Absence of symptoms does not mean that the infection has magically cured itself. Gum disease goes hand-in-hand with bone loss. Don't wait, see Dentist immediately. Consultation with a Periodontist, a bone/gum specialist, is in order. Read more...