Bleeding from the Gums Home Care
Home care for bleeding gums includes:
- Avoid injury to the gums.
- Maintain good oral hygiene:
- Brush your teeth after meals and at bedtime.
- Floss your teeth every day.
- Gargle with dilute saltwater three times per day.
- See your dentist every 6 months.
- Take prescribed medications as directed.
- Acetaminophen for pain
- Avoid aspirin.
- Avoid antiinflammatory medications.
Bleeding from the Gums Warning Signs
Notify your doctor if you have bleeding gums and any of the following:
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