Posted on Sep 30, 2019

InStyle Dental

Five Ways To Reduce and Stop Bleeding Gums - Tip 1 of 5

Dental care and hygiene is one of those critical things that most of us never think twice about but that we really should keep on our radar. One issue that is common and could be a cause for concern is bleeding gums. While not always a serious issue, bleeding gums can be a nuisance. But you can do something about it both before it happens and after.

So let’s talk about five things you can do to prevent and stop bleeding gums so that the next time you encounter this problem you will be able to take care of it in a snap.

1. Brush Twice a Day with a Fluoride Toothpaste - To prevent bleeding gums, it all starts with your daily teeth care regimen. You must brush twice a day, morning and night being a popular schedule, and you should use a fluoride toothpaste. This prevents the buildup of plaque on your gums and teeth, which promotes oral health in general and makes it less likely that your gums will bleed when you brush them vigorously. Sometimes the reason your gums bleed after brushing is because of plaque buildup - this eliminates that problem at the root.

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