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Why is my teeth bleeding when i brush them?

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periodontal disease. get some good mouthwash and toothpaste that are for complete oral health, and a soft toothbrush or the cheap oral B or Crest battery operated spin brush. Also you need to floss at least once a day
Brushing harder or with a firmer toothbrush can damage gum tissue and for every millimeter of gum tissue you lose a millimeter of bone goes with it.

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its from the plaque

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brush it more often and it should stop

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Are you brushing them too hard?

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Maybe your brushing them to hard...?

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You could be brushing them too hard or too often. You should brush your teeth 2-3 times a day or after every meal.

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its cause you dont brush them enough.or your simply applying to much pressure to the gum areas

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Are you on any blood thinners such as coumarin? If not then I would suggest getting a dental exam.gum disease causes frequent bleeding gums

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nope
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If you are brushing your teeth good there is another reason you could have a vitamin k deficiency which is when your blood is thin, if you bleed a lot from simple paper cuts there's your problem,

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nope. i often cut my hands or have minor wounds of skin but my blood seems to be cloting fast or no bleeding at all
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Its not your teeth its your gums that are bleeding, that can happen if you don't brush often or if you have sensitive gums.

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so if i dont brush them too often will bleeding get away in time?
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That made no sense but I'm trying to say, if you start brushing your teeth twice a day your gums will get stronger and the bleeding will stop.
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It might not have yet progressed to Periodontal Disease. It could be gingivitis which is easier to reverse.

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