Bleeding Gum

Bleeding gums are the most often symptom of gum disease. But it can also point to other health problems.
Occasional bleeding of the gums can be caused by brushing your teeth too vigorously or wearing dentures that don’t fit correctly. Frequent gum bleeding can also indicate more serious conditions, including: periodontitis (an advanced form of gum disease) leukemia (cancer of the blood) vitamin deficiency lack of clotting cells (platelets)

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