Sunday, July 2, 2023

If Your Gums Bleed When You Floss... Watch This Video!

Let's talk about how flossing is not causing your gums to bleed; but it's actually the lack of flossing that is causing your gums to bleed! The most common reason for bleeding gums is just not keeping them clean enough every day. AKA brushing and flossing. When plaque starts to build up, your body sees it as bacteria that shouldn’t be there. If it hangs out for too long, your immune system starts rushing antibodies — which are in your bloodstream — to the infection. It is very important to maintain a healthy oral care routine. When you haven’t brushed your gums really well in a while, or you don’t clean under your gumlines and between teeth with floss on a daily basis, then it’s probably just a matter of time before your gums start to bleed.

The first time you take time to floss or brush your gumlines after a long break is usually going to be when you spot the bleeding.


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