Bleeding gums is an indication that something is not right. Like the skin around the nail bed, it does not bleed. if it bleeds this could mean that there is an ingrowth/ infection between the nail bed and the skin.
Why Are My Gums Bleeding?
Similarly gums form a tight collar around the teeth and it does not bleed, when the gums bleeds it means bacteria has penetrated the collar, they breed and release toxins causing the gums to become puffy, red and bleed easily. Over time the bacteria burrow down and dissolve the bone surrounding teeth resulting in jawbone disease ultimately leading to lose teeth, drifting of teeth, bad breath and teeth falling out from the jaws.
Call Or Email To Ask Further Questions
Do you think you may have gum disease in Armidale? If so, we welcome your phone call or email. Our dental team can help assess the problem and create a dental care action plan.