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If you happen to notice a bit of blood after brushing your teeth or flossing, don’t hit the panic button just yet. It’s not uncommon–especially if you’ve been a bit enthusiastic with your dental hygiene routine or if it’s been a while since the floss last saw the light of day. Now–if the bleeding quits as soon as it started, like a guest who realizes they’re at the wrong party, chances are you’re in the clear. It could just be a sign that your gums are a bit sensitive or maybe protesting a little too hard brushing. However–keep an eye on it—recurring guest appearances of blood can be your cue to check in with a dentist and make sure everything’s all good on the gum front.
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Last Updated on November 16, 2023 by Marie Benz
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