Why do my gums bleed ? (Gingivitis)
-Why do i wake up with blood on my teeth?
-Why do my gums bleed when i brush my teeth?
-What causes morning breath (Halitosis)?
-Why is my Gingiva so red?
Gingival bleeding can be due to various causes that result gum tissue inflammation, but the most common reason why your gingiva is bleeding constantly or in mornings or after biting food is called Gingivitis; which is gingival tissue inflammation that is caused by a hardened food residue on tooth that is called Calculus.
Calculus sticks to your tooth enamel and starts causing bleeding and inflammation, and it is also one of the main reasons for morning breath (Halitosis) due to the presence of bacteria.
-How to cure Gingivitis?
As we explained, Gingivitis is caused mainly by calculus and bacteria sticking to the teeth gum, so a professional tooth scaling in your dental clinic can remove all calculus and give your Gingiva strenth and health again.