Solis Dental Clinic offers a range of services to help treat bleeding gums, including deep cleaning, scaling and root planing, laser therapy, and periodontal surgery. Our experienced team will work with you to identify the cause of your bleeding gums and develop a personalized treatment plan to address it.
Yes, poor oral hygiene can lead to bleeding gums by allowing bacteria to build up on teeth and gums, causing inflammation and infection.
Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease that can cause bleeding gums. It is typically caused by poor oral hygiene and can progress to more severe forms of gum disease if left untreated.
It’s recommended to visit the dentist at least twice a year for regular cleanings and checkups to prevent bleeding gums and other dental problems.
Practicing good oral hygiene such as brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and using an antiseptic mouthwash can help prevent bleeding gums. Eating a balanced diet and avoiding tobacco use can also contribute to overall oral health.
Yes, certain medications such as blood thinners and antiplatelet drugs can increase the risk of bleeding gums.
Yes, hormonal changes during pregnancy can lead to increased inflammation and bleeding gums. It’s important to maintain good oral hygiene and schedule regular dental checkups during pregnancy to prevent gum disease.
Bleeding gums can be a symptom of more serious dental problems such as gum disease or tooth decay. It’s important to schedule regular dental checkups to identify and address any underlying issues that may be contributing to your bleeding gums.
You can schedule an appointment with Solis Dental Clinic by calling our office or filling out a contact form on our website. Our team of experienced dental professionals is dedicated to helping you achieve optimal oral health and prevent bleeding gums.