The look of blood on your tooth brush every time you brush is a matter that should not be ignored. Here are six reasons that may be the cause of such:
You’re a smoker: Smoke leaves an irritating toxin that can be difficult to remove by just brushing.
Gingivitis: This is build up of plaque and cavity causing bacteria on the teeth.
Your diet is poor: A healthy diet helps the gum and prevents inflammation.
You’re a woman: Hormonal changes in the body causes the gum to bleed at times.
You use Certain Medications: Some medications affect the salivary flow in the mouth thus allowing bacteria to grow.
Poor dental hygiene: Remember to brush twice daily (morning and night) and floss regularly.
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