Bleeding gums -
Another most common sign of inflamed gum tissues is bleeding. Do you suffer from any of the following gum conditions?
When you brush your teeth, do your gums bleed?
When you floss, do they bleed?
Is your gum bleeding while you eat?
When does gum bleed spontaneously?

An infection of the gums is known as gingivitis or gingival inflammation. Inflammation of the gums is the early stage of gum disease. Bleeding gums are signs of gum disease. Inflammation occurs when tartar and bacteria are deposited on the gums. Bacteria release toxins, which further degrade gingival tissues.

Steps to stop bleeding gums:
We at RDI have a team of periodontists that are trained to diagnose your bleeding gums and come up with a professional treatment plan.

Options for treatment:
Professional cleaning is also known as prophylaxis, which involves removing tartar or bacterial plaque.
The popular treatment for gum disease in advanced stages is periodontal therapy.
Make an appointment with our Periodontist to find out more about gum disease treatment options.

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