How Can Corsodyl Help Stop Bleeding Gums?
The Journey To Gum Disease
Caused by plaque bacteria, a sticky film that constantly builds up around, on and in between your teeth and if not removed can lead to irritated, bleeding gums when brushing or flossing.
As plaque breaks down pieces of food in your mouth, it may release an unpleasant smelling gas, leading to bad breath.
A build-up of plaque can cause inflamed gums, which can appear red and swollen.
When your gums recede, it can leave teeth looking longer, which could expose the root beneath.
Tooth loss can be caused by one of the most severe forms of gum disease, called periodontitis. It can occur when symptoms such as bleeding gums are left untreated, which is why it is vital to treat symptoms early so you don’t let things get this far.