ADA Accessibility Information
Accessibility

A
A

A

Roslyn Heights ❘ (516) 740-1848

Manhattan ❘ (212) 355-3944

Reasons Why Gums Begin to Bleed When You Have Early Stage Gum Disease


Posted on 8/15/2019 by Edward I Jutkowitz, DMD, PC
Reasons Why Gums Begin to Bleed When You Have Early Stage Gum DiseaseWhen you have the early stages of gum disease, you may not notice a lot of the symptoms that typically come on later on in the disease. However, one of the biggest and the earliest warning signs that can be noticed are bleeding gums.

This is an issue that you need to tend to as soon as you notice the problem. That way, you can strengthen the gum's connection to the teeth as much as possible.

Why Are Your Gums Bleeding?


The bacteria that is built up in the gums and around the teeth can cause the gums to become less than healthy, it can irritate the gums, and even cause discomfort in these areas. This causes the gums to inflame and become swollen, red, and even bleed when they are brushed or flossed. This is something that becomes worrisome when a lot of blood is seen on your brush. However, you don't want to stop brushing or flossing when this happens. This can make the plaque worse.

Gum disease, when it continues to become worse, can even cause you to lose your teeth with time. You don't want this to happen. The bleeding is the first step, but it is not something that cannot be reversed when you take the time to care for your overall oral health. However, left untreated, it gets to the point of no longer being reversible.

Speak with our office today if you notice any signs of gum disease, or bleeding in your mouth. This is important due to the fact that you don't want gum disease to get any worse. You want to have a better, cleaner, healthier mouth and the only way to do this is through regular cleanings and exams. We can set you up with both when you call us to schedule an appointment with our office and professionals.

We can see what needs to be done to provide you with a healthier, better-feeling mouth overall.
Roslyn Heights
70 Glen Cove Rd, Roslyn Heights,
NY 11576
Phone: (516) 740-1848
Fax: 516-621-9409


Manhattan
133 East 58th St, Ste 803,
Manhattan, NY 10022
Phone: (212) 355-3944
Fax: 646-735-1843

Copyright © 2018-2019 Edward I Jutkowitz, DMD, PC and WEO MEDIA. All rights reserved.  Sitemap | Links