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Hello. My tooth gums always bleed. Tried so many solutions but still the same. And my mouth has a foul smell too. Please help me to get rid of all these.

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Hi, Take homoeopathic medicine - Merc. Sol. 30/ 3 times a day daily for a month. Brush your teeth with Bakson's Baksodent toothpaste 2 times (or more) a day daily. Gums are made of delicate tissue, though, so brushing the wrong way could damage them. Management: When people don't practice proper dental hygiene, bacteria in the mouth forms plaque on the teeth. These bacteria may cause your gums to become inflamed, which results in red, swollen, or bleeding gums. For many people with gingivitis, this inflammation is not painful. If you catch gingivitis early, it can be reversed and healed with proper oral hygiene. But left untreated, gingivitis can worsen and ultimately lead to tooth loss. What you eat and when you eat it also plays a part in keeping your gums from bleeding. Foods that contain lots of sugar or simple carbohydrates increase your risk for tooth and gum problems, as sugar creates an ideal environment for plaque to form. Take food that is low in sugar and high in the necessary nutrients found in foods like vegetables. Just remember to eat them in moderation, and brush after these snacks so that the sugar doesn't have time to stick around. Certain medicines also increase the likelihood that your gums will bleed. Some over-the-counter pain relievers, like aspirin, thin the blood and can therefore increase bleeding. ******do visit dentist once every 6 months******
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Hello you will definitely get relief. Get scaling done by dentist and start limcee chewable tablet one time a day for 15 days.
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