What should I do when I have bleeding or sore gums?
Sometimes your gums can get better with a good oral health routine, without seeing a dentist (see: “Can you prevent bleeding or sore gums?”). If your gums bleed regularly for a few weeks, you should make an appointment with your dentist. You should also see your dentist if other signs of gum disease appear, such as when your gum starts to separate from your teeth, bad breath, changes in the way your top and bottom teeth align, and when your gums are swollen or become sensitive (especially to low or high temperatures).
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