Ten Signs that you may have gum disease:
- a red or pink tinge on your toothbrush after brushing your teeth
- a taste of blood or other peculiar tastes in your mouth
- swollen, bruised or tender areas of gum, especially in between your teeth
- blood in your mouth, or on your teeth, especially on awakening
- areas around your teeth from which it is difficult or painful to remove food
- loosening teeth
- teeth changing position or drifting out of alignment
- swellings on your gums or any discharges such as pus occurring on or around your gums
- increasing sensitivity to temperature change
- receding gums
If you have any of these signs, you should consult a periodontist to eliminate this problem
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