Web Results

www.intelligentdental.com/2009/09/14/causes-of-red-white-or-pigmented-gums

Sep 14, 2009 ... Healthy gums are firm, pale pink, scalloped around each tooth with sharp knife edge ends in between the adjacent teeth. Although “coral pink” or “salmon pink” is the color indication for healthy gums in textbooks, racial pigmentation caused by melanin can make the gums appear darker. Mainly seen in ...

www.healtreatcure.org/gums/pale-gums-causes-around-teeth-white-patches-light-pink-get-rid

Jan 17, 2017 ... This condition can be caused by anemia, because the body either lacks sufficient red blood cells or sufficient hemoglobin, it fails to receive sufficient oxygen, causing the skin to turn pale. The increased paleness is particularly prominent in the gums, nail beds and inner eyelids. Research has it that, the most ...

healthyliving.azcentral.com/what-are-the-causes-of-pale-gray-and-swollen-gums-12328117.html

The human mouth is the first site of digestion, where teeth and saliva begin the breakdown of food. For this reason alone, you should try to keep your teeth in the best possible condition. According to the Centers for Disease Control, there are also links between oral health and a person's general health. Lesions or other ...

wagwalking.com/symptom/why-is-my-dog-getting-white-gums

Dogs should always have pink or light red gums; this is one way to signify adequate blood flow and overall health. White gums in dogs can signify anemia. Anemia refers to the reduction of red blood cells or hemoglobin that are circulating in your dog's body. Anemia is not a specific illness or disease, but rather a symptom of ...

crest.com/en-us/oral-health/conditions/gums/leukoplakia-white-gums

White or gray colored patches on your gums or tongue, the inside of your cheeks, or bottom of your mouth are a sign of leukoplakia. These patches may be flat or irregularly textured, and can be thickened or hardened in some places. Leukoplakia isn't usually painful, ...

www.dogvills.com/white-gums-a-sign-of-serious-problems

Sep 27, 2017 ... White gums are a sign of a serious problem with your dog. Unlike other issues with dogs like scratching, vomiting, or diarrhea which could be anything from a mild food issue to a symptom of something serious, white gums ARE always a sign of a serious problem. I recently came across a question in the ...

pets.thenest.com/dehydration-cats-cause-pale-gums-7364.html

Dehydration is a serious and potentially dangerous problem in cats. Many felines are notoriously nonchalant about water consumption, getting the bulk of their moisture through eating wet foods, ...

www.deltadentalins.com/oral_health/canker-sores.html

They commonly appear inside the cheeks, lips, on or under the tongue, the roof of the mouth and on the gums. Canker sores are usually white or yellow and sometimes have a small red border surrounding them. Early symptoms of a canker sore can be a small bump or red spot that produces a slight burning or tingling ...

www.quora.com/What-are-the-causes-of-white-gums-in-your-puppies

Generally, to look white, that indicates a severe life-threatening anemia or hypothermia. It could be caused by fleas, intestinal parasites, other diseases, trauma, temperature, etc… It is imperative if your pet's gums are white that you take it to your veterinarian to determine the actual underlying cause ASAP. White gums are ...