Why do my gums bleed?
The most common cause of bleeding gums is plaque build-up on the teeth, resulting in gum inflammation (gingivitis). Bleeding gums is usually a sign that your oral hygiene technique needs improvement. If your gums are bleeding, try brushing to the gum line of every tooth twice daily and floss once a day. Bleeding gums may also be a result of gum disease (periodontitis). Please book an appointment for a check-up and clean so that we can assess the health of the gums.