i can see blood coming out of my gums occasionally during brushing.it happens in only upper teeths and in in-consistant,it pains for few seconds .please consult.

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  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 21 - August - 2012, at 00:52 AM

  • Bleeding from the gums means that your gums are inflammed (gingivitis) due to the presence of plaque and calculus underneath the gums. As a result of debris collection, the body's defence mechanism causes increased blood supply to the gums due to which they becomes red and swollen and now even a slight pricking can cause blood to come out. To treat them, it is advised to first get the professional cleaning done and after that make it a habit of flossing properly before brushing. To know about the tecniques of flossing visit the link....http://www.identalhub.com/articlecategory-dental-flossing-36.aspx

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