Bleeding Gingiva Treatment
The treatment for bleeding gums depends upon the underlying cause. Usually, bleeding gums is caused by poor dental hygiene or a dental injury. With proper care for gingivitis or periodontal disease, the bleeding will resolve.
Treatment for bleeding gums due to poor dental hygiene may include:
- Dental cleaning
- Removal of broken or damaged teeth
- Antibiotics for gingivitis
- Maintain good oral hygiene
For more information:
Bleeding Gingiva Specialist
Physicians from the following specialties evaluate and treat bleeding gums:
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