Monday, May 17, 2010

Why do teeth hurt and bleed?

i have teeth which keep being painful when eating sometimes cant put teeth to bite

Why do teeth hurt and bleed?
Gum disease. Gingivitis etc. Go to the dentist and get cured.
Reply:teeth shouldn't hurt and blled so go to a dentist
Reply:Bad diet.
Reply:Sounds like gum disease. You need to see a dentist.... bleeding teeth should be taken seriously.
Reply:i'd guess gum disease, go see your dentist pronto!
Reply:Do you see blood when you rinse your mouth after brushing your teeth? Is there blood on the string when you floss? Do your gums hurt when you floss?

These are all signs of gingivitis, also known as periodontal disease, a health condition that, if not properly treated, can ultimately lead to tooth loss from the destruction of tissue surrounding your teeth.

More information on:
Reply:It is your gums which are bleeding and causing the pain which may be a sign of gum disease - you should ensure that you are brushing your teeth twice a day and that you are not brushing too hard or using a brush which is too hard.

You should read this information from NHS direct and then visit your dentist
Reply:it's time to see a dentist.
Reply:if you have had work done recently your bite could need to be adjusted--or you really need to floss----if you do not floss daily your gums will become infected and bleed
Reply:if your gums are bleeding then you probably have gum disease. See a dentist to get this treated as soon as possible.

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