Redness or bleeding of the gums while brushing your teeth, using dental floss or biting into hard food is common, but it is not normal. Healthy gums do not bleed. The longer you leave your bleeding gums untreated, the greater your risk of periodontal damage, so it’s important to make an appointment with your dentist Read more...
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