Sunday, June 2, 2013

Why Do Your Gums Bleed When Brushing Or Flossing Your Teeth?

Excellent question.  There are other reasons why your gums will bleed while brushing and flossing but the most likely cause is gum disease.  Of course, you will want a good periodontist or dentist to verify that for you and give you a professional diagnosis.

Gum disease is a rather serious problem that many people remain dangerously ignorant of.
Gum disease is the number one cause of tooth loss.   It is also the primary reason that teeth are lost and dentures or implants are needed.

Brushing and Flossing Twice Or More Time Per Day

It's quite a contradiction, isn't it?   We are told to brush and floss, yet 3 out of every 4 people, according to many dental professionals, still have gum disease!   Wow.  how does that work?

Using basic logic, it must mean that while brushing and flossing are very helpful, perhaps they are not enough for most people?  If they were enough, would so many people have gum disease?

Then the question becomes what else can you do to stop the progression of gum disease or prevent it in the first place?

 Here are some resource that might be helpful in answering these difficult questions:

1. The Book: What You Should Know About Gum Disease 

2. The Guide:  How to Stop Gum Disease In 4 Easy Steps

3.  The Hydro Floss Oral Irrigator

4. Will the Hydro Floss Work For You? 


Author: What You Should Know About Gum Disease : A Layman's Guide to Fighting Gum Disease

PS: The  Hydro Floss is one of the most amazing, if not THE most amazing tool to help you to regain and maintain your periodontal health.    Get yours today. 

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