Do you know the risks associated with gingival bleeding?
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Bacteria, the main cause of inflammation of the gums?
In the oral cavity live about 300 types of bacteria, but most of them do not present any danger, their presence is normal. Bacteria begin to become harmful when organized into a layer known as a "bacterial plaque". If not removed regularly, this can lead to gum disease and eventually tooth loss.
How can you prevent the occurrence of gingival bleeding?
Gum bleeding is a visible sign of inflammation of the gums and may result in tooth loss. For this reason, it is very important to consult your dentist if you have persistent gingival problems.
To help stop gingival bleeding and maintain the health of your gums, it is recommended:
- brush your teeth for at least two minutes, twice daily, with a toothpaste specially created to act on both the gums and teeth;
- use an interdental brush, floss or tooth band, toothpicks, to clean the dentogingival space (the area where the tooth meets the gum) to remove from this area the bacterial plaque with harmful effect on the gums;
- use mouth water with antibacterial action twice daily to reduce the bacterial plaque and help prevent its recurrence;
- to seek the advice of the dentist.
Progression of gingival inflammation
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