Some people think that bleeding during brushing and flossing is no big deal. The opposite is true! Depending on your oral health habits, bleeding should be a concern and seeking advice from your dentist about the problem is a good idea. If you haven’t flossed in a long time and are just starting a routine, a bit of bleeding during flossing is normal. If bleeding persists or you’re noticing bleeding while brushing, this is unusual and you should see the dentist. Here’s why else you shouldn’t ignore those bleeding gums!

An article by Dr. Samir Alaswad. Originally published by Your Dental Health Resource.

Read the full article here: DON’T IGNORE YOUR BLEEDING GUMS