No it should not .are your gums puffy ,red ? Mostly gums bleed due to improper brushing technique.you are to brush in cirlces and up to the gumline ,you are to brush at least for 2 minutes.you are to floss daily.When you first start flossing your gums will bleed due to them not being stimulated , after flossing daily you will see that the gums will bleed less. When was your last cleaning appointment?it is recomended to have routine cleanings every 6 months.If it has been over that amount of time you need to schedule a cleaning. They will chart probe depths (measure your gums 3 and below healthy 5 and above you need deep scaling and root planing )and screen for periodontal disease .Gingivitis is the first step or perio disease.in short without proper hygiene for your gums to make sure they are healthy you may loose your teeth down the line if it is not taken care of .Adeep cleaning will allow the hyginest to clean tarter from underneath your gums were you can not clean with a toothbrush and floss to remove the bacteria so your gums my shrink up and get healthy .
Flossing is very important for healthy teeth. Brushing alone will not keep teeth healthy. A person can have strong teeth with no cavities but loose their teeth due to gum disease which is attributed to lack of flossing. See your dentist soon.
Bleeding gums is usually a sign of gingivitis. This occurs when you either do not brush properly and/or you do not floss. Flossing is actually more important than brushing. I urge you to schedule a visit with your dentist. He may refer you to a periodontist.
Start brushing with sendodyne pronamel. My gums used to bleed A LOT for years, then I started using this stuff, and 3 weeks later, my gums either don't bleed at all, or very very little. Give it a shot, makes your teeth super white too!
This is probably caused by gingivitis. This is an inflammation of the gums which is caused by infection.
Healthy gums are pink or light brown and are very firm. However, if you have gingivitis then they are usually red, swollen and can easily bleed with brushing. Gingivitis is caused by a build up of plaque around the base of the teeth.
To solve the problem try to ensure that you clean your teeth very thoroughly, two or three times per day and that you use dental floss regularly as well.
However, if you have gingivitis it is also very important to see your dentist, who will be able to give you specific advice and treatment. If you just ignore the bleeding then ultimately you may lose teeth because the gingivitis will erode the gums. So the bleeding is really a symptom to make you take notice and get your teeth sorted !
No, it should not. Maybe you're brushing too hard. Or you've got gum disease. Probably you need a new toothbrush. It's happened to me before.
It shouldn't be happening. You should consult you dentist. It happens for some of the following reasons
*brushing to hard
*Have brushed in a while(thoroughly)
They shouldn't that usually means that the tooth brush you're using is to rough trying going down to a soft or a medium
This means you haven't been brushing your teeth that well and needs better brushing.
No maybe gingivitis or Perea
It means that you have gum disease and you could also be brushing too hard. It's important to floss two times a day to remove the plaque buildup. There are also mouthwashes that you can buy that help with gum disease. You should see a dentist as well but it should clear up with the flossing.
Gingivitis is probably correct. You need to improve your brushing and flossing so that bacteria don't invade your system and cause serious problems. Over a period of time, untreated, you could develop loose teeth. Ask your dentist to show how to brush properly; also how to floss. Use Listerine if you can. This helps reduce plaque.
Its from not brushing your teeth enough at least one time a day.
You probably have gingivitis, You would benefit from daily flossing!
These is a symptoms of starting periodontal disease. I had it before I started frequently brush my teeth. I have a short distance between teeth and food stores there. Need to brush better and go to clean from dental calculus too. About these symptoms I've found here http://worldental.org/gums/avoid-periodontal-disease-see-dentist-immediately/
It could be something extremely bad or it could just be that you're brushing to hard and need to use a softer brush. But in case its the first one you should definitely go see a dentist. You don't want to be 60 with dentures.
Yeah-could be a sign of gingivitis (gum disease). Best thing to do is go to your dentist and get an accurate diagnoses.
Mines bleed during brushing and I brush and floss properly everyday
The reason its happening is because your gum's are not use to the fact your brushing them so hard and if you are not brushing them every two times a day they get sensitive I hope you understand