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Your gums bleed. Be careful!

If you have inflammation and bleeding, it could be a symptom of gingivitis, a generally bacterial dental disease caused by food residues left in the gums due to improper brushing, not brushing after eating, not using dental floss correctly, or not visiting the dentist periodically for examination and cleaning or prophylaxis.

In these cases, bacteria thrive in this environment and reproduce, leading to bad breath. If this infection or inflammation is not treated promptly, it can destroy the tissues that support the teeth, including the gums, ligaments, and bone.


Special care: Pregnant women, diabetic individuals, people with misaligned teeth, and those with compromised immune systems should take special care and have more frequent dental check-ups.

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