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31/Mar/2021

Perhaps while you were flossing or brushing your teeth, you noticed some bleeding. 

Don’t panic; it’s normal. Bleeding gums are nothing to be afraid of. Sometimes your gums tend to bleed if you go too rough with oral hygiene care.

It is best to get professional help from your NE Calgary Dentist if you notice any dental issues, like persistent gum bleeding. Doing this can help prevent future health problems and keep your smile healthy for life. 

My gums are bleeding. Do I have gingivitis?

Different reasons might cause bleeding gums. Although bleeding gums is often a sign of gingivitis, other temporary changes in your oral hygiene routine can also be the reason for your bleeding gums.

Gingivitis is the first stage of gum disease, and it is caused by the presence of plaque on your teeth at the gumline.

Some of the common signs of gingivitis include:

  • Gums that are red, swollen, and tender
  • Gums that bleed when you brush or floss
  • Receding gums
  • Pockets forming between teeth that trap food and plaque
  • Bad breath
  • A bad taste in your mouth

If you have one or a combination of these signs, you might be suffering from gingivitis. In that case, it is best to get the help of your NE Calgary dentist.

Many adverse effects can stem from having bleeding gums; therefore, it is important to stop gum disease before it starts to worsen.

If your gums are bleeding, don’t wait.

Bleeding gums are a signal that something is not right. So, if you notice that your gums are bleeding or you are experiencing some of the symptoms mentioned above, it’s time to see your NE Calgary dentist for a check-up or exam. Remember that an ounce of prevention can go a long way in protecting you from expensive surgery or consequences that come from untreated gum disease. Contact us for a consultation or call 587-356-077 to learn more about oral health care in NE, Calgary.


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30/Mar/2021

Third molars or most commonly known as wisdom teeth, usually develop between the ages of 15-25 and are the last sets of teeth to grow in.

Most often than not, wisdom teeth are extracted once they have fully grown in as a preventative measure to reduce the risk of overcrowding and possible infections. Aside from preventive measures, there are many different reasons why your NE Calgary Dentist might recommend wisdom tooth removal. Get to know the signs that will tell whether or not you need to get your wisdom teeth extracted.

First, what is Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth are molars that usually erupt at the very back of the mouth. Wisdom teeth are the last set of teeth to grow in. They are usually fully formed by the late teen or early adult years. They are large and take up plenty of space along the jaw bone. Most patients have four wisdom teeth. However, some patients do not have wisdom teeth at all, and they never grow in. According to research, your lineage or genetic factors like jaw size may determine the number of wisdom teeth that you have.

If they can cause trouble, why do we have Wisdom Teeth?

At first glance, it may seem that our wisdom teeth are more harmful than helpful as they can cause pain, infection and overcrowding in the mouth. However, studies show they were beneficial to our human ancestors. 

Like the appendix, we can consider wisdom teeth as vestigial parts of the human body, which means they once served a purpose. In ancient times, our human ancestors had more pronounced jawbones that can accommodate additional molars. These third molars are helpful when it comes to chewing tough foods such as meat and rough plant fibres. However, due to evolution, we don’t really need those third molars anymore.

Signs You Need To Have Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

Some patients opt to remove their wisdom teeth as a preventative measure. Some prefer to not remove them at first thus risking the possibility of an infection and other dental issues to happen. 

So, here are some symptoms to look out for that may tell you if you need to have your wisdom teeth removed: 

  1. Redness and Swelling
  2. Persistent Aching Pain
  3. Bleeding Gums
  4. Crowded Teeth
  5. Partial Eruption
  6. Impacted Wisdom Teeth
  7. Cavities

These symptoms can be signs that you need to have your wisdom teeth extracted. Still, it is best to visit your NE Calgary Dentist for the best option for your case. 

Do Wisdom Teeth Always Need to be Removed?

We don’t always need to remove wisdom teeth. In some cases, wisdom teeth grow normally and have room to erupt fully. If these teeth are healthy and do not affect the neighbouring teeth, there is little chance that you need to go through wisdom teeth removal. There are times, however, where tooth extraction is necessary. 

Your NE Calgary Dentist will suggest wisdom tooth removal with your best interests in mind. Wisdom tooth removal is most often a preventive measure. Contact us for a consultation or call 587-356-0777 to learn more about wisdom tooth removal in NE, Calgary.






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