Bleeding Gums Treatment HSR Layout Bangalore
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Bleeding Gums Treatment


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
Bleeding Gums Treatment HSR Layout Bangalore

 
 
 
 









Bleeding Gums Treatment

 

Bleeding Gums Treatment & Prevention

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What are the causes of Bleeding Gums ?

Bleeding gums is a condition in which blood keeps oozing from the gum tissues due to various reasons. One can perfectly associate the same with swelling, bad odor, and periodontitis. Bleeding gums are all due to neglecting oral hygiene. It is a consequence of poor oral habits, lack of brushing and flossing, and certain deficiencies.

Bleeding Gums

There are numerous causes of bleeding gums that a dentist can diagnose upon a thorough patient checkup. Some of them include;

Gingivitis can badly cause bleeding from the gums. It takes place due to inadequate oral hygiene. Usually, it manifests as edematous and bleeding gums. Its treatment is possible only with the patient’s compliance, including brushing and cleaning teeth, using floss properly, and using mouthwash twice or thrice a day.

A bleeding disorder is one of the common causes of bleeding gums. Some of the vitamin deficiencies can also cause bleeding issues in individuals. Bleeding orders are curable through bloodwork. The treatment includes replacing vitamins in the body. If the bleeding is due to blood diseases like thalassemia, blood replacement can help with the bleeding gums.

Specific hormonal changes during pregnancy can cause sensitive gums and bleeding issues. Usually, estrogen and progesterone are responsible for such changes. It can be managed well by the patient.

Leukemia, also called blood cancer, can also cause sensitive gums and bleeding in gums. Dentists can easily manage similar conditions by chemotherapy. Otherwise, bleeding gum issues can prolong and cause discomfort to the patient.

Scurvy is a vitamin C deficiency. A lack of vitamin C can lead to bleeding from gums. Usually, taking the vitamin in the diet proves effective for the same. Some other measures can help, too, like flossing regularly, brushing, and mouthwash usage regularly.

What are the treatments for bleeding gums?

The first and foremost treatment to combat bleeding gums is to brush your teeth regularly and maintain good oral hygiene. Practicing good oral habits is great for one’s overall health too. A good oral environment can prevent many bodily diseases. Thus doing this for your oral health can make your overall health great also. Other treatments include;

  • Mouthwashes containing hydrogen peroxide can help prevent bleeding gums. It also makes the mouth healthy. Regularly using mouthwash can make your oral environment healthy and disease-free.
  • Smoking hurts the oral environment. Too much smoking can cause havoc in the oral environment causing gum bleeds. Therefore quitting smoking can help with bleeding gums.
  •  Intake of vitamin c is also fruitful in this regard. It also improves gum’s health and reduces bleeding. Vitamin C, you will find in fresh fruits like oranges. Increased intake of the same helps for better gum health.
  • An increase in Vitamin K intake also helps with reduced bleeding gums. Up your Vitamin K levels to keep gums healthy.

Don’t be anxious while you are in the dentist chair. Or avoid treating bleeding gums for prolonged duration leading to increase in infections. Just Relax, Go and visit your dentist.

Bleeding gums and Vitamin deficiencies

Our mouth needs some vitamins to function correctly. Any lack of vitamins can cause bleeding gums. Let’s discuss some of these vitamins in detail.

Vitamin C is the key to gums’ health. If vitamin C gets low in the body, it can decrease repair of the body and tend to bleed. Therefore vitamin C needs to be adequate for the proper functioning of the body.

Gum bleeding is a common occurrence in pregnancy due to hormonal changes experienced by the mother’s body. A sudden spike in estrogen and progesterone can cause gums’ sensitivity and cause gums to bleed quite a lot. Thus mothers experience a lot of discomfort and unease. However, they can manage it well with painkillers, mouthwashes, and special toothpaste. All of these remedies can help with pain in the gums.

  • If you have excessive prolonged bleeding gums, it’s not advisable to sit at home and bear the pain. Act fast.
  • Bleeding in your Gums need the immediate attention of a professional.
  • If you see that your gums are having non-stop bleeding, consult with a dentist right away.

Additional Vitamins

  • Vitamin K is another important vitamin that can decrease bleeding incidence by promoting gum health.
  • Vitamin K is the vitamin that can decrease bleeding incidence by promoting gum health and encourages factors that keep the mouth and the gums healthy in the best order.

Bleeding Gums for Baby Teeth

One common cause of concern is when a baby’s gums bleed while teething. This should not be a cause for alarm. It is normal for a baby’s gums to bleed a bit while teething. A baby may also have some tenderness, swelling, bruising, and pain associated with erupting teeth.

When a baby is teething, bleeding gums are usually caused by teeth breaking through the delicate tissue in the gums. Bleeding could also be caused by bacteria that cause inflammation.

Some basic symptoms of bleeding gums can be as follows:

  • You will see that small white spots or the tips of teeth poking through the gums.
  • You may notice that your baby is chewing or sucking on his or her fingers or hard objects and rubbing the gums with toys or fingers.
  • Your baby may also drool, which can cause a rash, and may have a decreased appetite and a slight rise in temperature.
  • Gently massage your baby’s gums with your finger or a damp piece of clean gauze.
  • You can also give your baby a bottle of water or a rubber teething ring. Keep the teething ring in the refrigerator because babies find cold soothing, but do not put it in the freezer.
  • Bleeding gums are a common symptom of teething.
  • Visit your dentist as soon as possible, if your child is in excessive pain.
  • Has bleeding gums or pus-filled pimples on teeth, along with a fever

Why do gums bleed during pregnancy?

Gum bleeding is a common occurrence in pregnancy due to hormonal changes experienced by the mother’s body. A sudden spike in estrogen and progesterone can cause gums’ sensitivity and cause gums to bleed quite a lot. Thus mothers experience a lot of discomfort and unease. However, they can manage it well with painkillers, mouthwashes, and special toothpaste. All of these remedies can help with pain in the gums.

You will suffer from toothache and the affected side of your mouth will feel sore. The gums will seem tender. The headache you are getting will not seem to go easily.

It’s advisable to try out the basics like cold compresses and painkillers to get some relief. You can also drink some warm peppermint tea.

Tooth pain is common during pregnancy. However, if you feel like you have cavities or a tooth infection, visit your dentist soon. This will prevent further damage and loss of teeth.

Home Remedies for Bleeding Gums

Some home remedies for bleeding gums are also there to combat the disease. Like for example, saltwater rinses can help with gum health and stop bleeding gums.

  • Oil pulling can also help to a certain extent with bleeding gums. You can squish coconut oil in the mouth to clean it and help with bleeding gums.
  •  Some herbs and oils can help with mouth inflammation and bad breath. Some of these are lavender oil, and marigold can help with gum bleeding.
  • Home remedies are worth a shot before going to the dentist, but if you don’t find any difference in the bleeding gums and oral health, visit a dentist to evaluate correctly.

  • Remove food debris and metabolic waste on the tongue
  • Prevent dental caries & bleeding gums
  • Prevent dryness of the throat and cracked lips
  • Strengthen teeth, gums and the Jaw
  • Combat bad breadth and exhaustion.
  • Delay wrinkling of the face.

Bleeding gums and differential diagnosis

  • Periodontitis 
  • Gingivitis
  • Drug-induced thrombocytopenia
  • Desquamative gingivitis
  • Vitamin deficiency
  • Leukemia
  • Pemphigus

Dry mouth or xerostomia can also cause bleeding gums by increasing the oral bacteria’s growth accompanied by a bad odor. Dry mouth can be a result of various diseases like burning mouth syndrome. Also, dry mouth can be due to drugs. Various saliva-inducing substances help to cure xerostomia. A cure for xerostomia can also help with bleeding gums.

  • Mouthwash is an effective tool to heal gums. The mechanism behind mouthwash healing is that hydrogen peroxide can promote cell growth and help with the gums’ bleeding. Bleeding gums can be treated ideally by perodontax mouthwash.

The best way to prevent emergencies is to keep up with your dental hygiene. A custom plan made by your dentist can successfully prevent dental problems from progressing into emergencies and save you a trip to the Dentist.

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Our special focus is not only on treatment, but on prevention as well. We can help you and your loved ones prevent and reduce gums and dental ailments. If you need an experienced dental team, we can help you.

Many dental procedures are performed to relieve the pain of gums caused by bleeding gums or infection, and for the first few days after treatment, your gums may feel sensitive, especially if there was pain or infection before treatment. At Dental Smilez, we ensure that these procedures are done as painlessly as possible, with the effective and scientific use of local anesthetics, latest equipment and appropriate drug prescription.

On average, Bleeding gums consultation can take up to 10 minutes to 25 minutes in one sitting. However, depending on the complexity of each case, and comfort and convenience unique to every patient, the duration and number of appointments required is flexible and patient – centric.

  1. Child-friendly information for children and parents, describing the Why, What and How of bleeding gums.
  2. Printable child-friendly instructions.
  3. Resources (such as games/fun quizzes/puzzles based on the disease and procedure) to help familiarize child prior to treatment.

Yes. It is important to disclose any and all medical and oral health history to your Dentist, prior to treatment. Bleeding Gums treatment involves  prescription of antibiotics and analgesics. Some medical diseases and conditions may adversely affect, or be affected by these and other procedures, requiring additional precautions and measures. A detailed medical history will help us at Dream Smilez provide effective oral health care specific to every patient. 

Where possible, non – emergency procedures are advised during the second trimester of pregnancy. However, bleeding gums treatment may be safely performed throughout pregnancy to minimize gum pain and infection harmful to both mother and foetus. At Dream Smilez, we take particular care in planning treatment for expectant mothers. In addition to the use of lead aprons, thyroid collars and minimal exposure during diagnostic X – Ray imaging, all medication (including local anesthesia) prescribed is safe for both the mother and foetus.

Since bleeding gums caused by improper oral hygiene, rectifying practices can prevent it to some extent.

  • Brush regularly (twice a day) with fluoride toothpaste
  • Floss daily
  • Avoid using tobacco products and smoking
  • Visit your dentist at least twice a year

References:

https://www.aae.org/patients/dental-symptoms/tooth-pain/

https://www.uofmhealth.org/health-library/tooth

https://www.health.harvard.edu/decision_guide/jaw-gum-or-tooth-pain

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