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When i brush my teeth, always a bit amount of blood exerts out from teeth and gum.What's the solution..?

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The periodontist is the designated person for this difficult and most important job to prevent a lot of diseases coming in confluence with other problems in health inflammations of gums can give problems in the whole body if it is not treated and cause hart and stomach problems.

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First you have to use soft brush and wash your teeth in up-down process as well as you need to try best toothpaste again you are getting any issue consult with dentist from https://dentistsinmobileal.com/

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You could try using a softer brush.

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You should visit a dentist, they will examine your teeth by x-rays to know about the severity of the gum problem and treat well, it is a sign of gingivitis causes due to the buildup of Plaque. It can be removed by Teeth whitening, a good Orthodontists Munich can give better advice, get more details at www.eugnath.de.

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Buy new teeth.

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This is the wrong forum to ask. But you have gingivitis. You need to to go to the dentist.

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