Is It Dangerous To Clean Tartar When The Gums Are Always Bleeding?
Hello, I want to ask, my gums are very easy to bleed, even just gargling blood. Is it safe with my gums that like this I do tartar cleaning
The cause of bleeding gums one of which is a lot of plaque or tartar around the gums. Tartar can cause a lot of inflammation of the gums called gingivitis. One of the symptoms of gingivitis is bleeding gums. Apart from tartar, gums bleed easily also can arise due to the following diseases:
Trauma due to brushing teeth too hard or bristling brush too hard Blood clotting disorders Hormonal changes in pregnant women The use of braces Infection of gums or teeth Body lack of vitamin K Body deficiency of vitamin C Leukemia Use of blood-thinning drugs Cleaning of tartar can be done first because trauma arising from the gums is not large. You can still inform the complaint before the doctor takes the action of scaling (tartar cleaning). If after scaling, the gums still bleed frequently and the gums bleed spontaneously (without trauma) You should do further tests to ensure there are no other illnesses that you are suffering from which cause spontaneous gum bleeding.
To reduce the risk of bleeding gums, you should do regular tartar cleaning every 6 months. Avoid smoking. Consult your doctor whether you need to stop certain types of routine medication you are taking before scaling. Consult with a dentist, toothbrush and toothpaste that is suitable for the condition of your teeth and mouth. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.