Bleeding gum can be caused by vitamin c or k deficiency. Hormonal changes and infection are some other reasons for bleeding gums.
Some symptoms are bleeding, loose teeth, pus around the teeth, gum swollen or bad breath.
The treatments are a well-balanced diet which means nutrients, fruits and vegetables, whole grains. Treat your gums by going to the dentist. They could recommend professional cleaning or scaling or surgery too. Properly clean your gums by brushing teeth two times a day and floss properly.
Stop smoking, avoid eating fatty foods. Drink water, exercise and relax.
- Bleeding gums is potentially a sign of serious health issues such as vitamin deficiency or even cancer.
- The most important factor for healthy gums is proper oral hygiene. This includes brushing and flossing twice daily and using a gentle brushing technique.
- Other factors that can help improve oral health include eating a balanced diet full of natural whole foods, avoiding fatty foods, avoiding tobacco, and keeping stress to a minimum.
“Smoking is bad for your health, including your oral health.”