Ladies can i ask what causes's this ive never had a problem before now but since ive changed my toothpaste for some reason my gums seem to bleed each time i brush them is there any reason why this would happen?
Go and see a dentist or treat it yourself which is what I do. I buy Corsodyl mouth wash its about £4 and can be bought in tesco, boots etc. This is what the dentist gave me to take. I often get problems with my gums don't be alarmed by the 'disease'
Thanks wobbles i was begining to worry as of late i havent had any problems with my teeth its just recently theyve been like this. I must admit ive been bad i always used to go to the dentist regularly and i havent been for the past yr + as im a bit scared to go to him now
I have weak gums - its a nightmare. Theres not much dentist can do if its just happened just a good mouth wash that might not taste too nice and brushing your teeth as you - The mouth wash makes a big difference
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