Question: What do I do if my gums bleed when I brush my teeth and do I have to have the plaque removed?
Answer: This problem will not go away on its own. First of all, you need to see a periodontist. Plaque and buildup are often the cause of bad breath. They irritate the gums, resulting in poor circulation and inflammation of the periodontal sulcus, sometimes the teeth become loose, there are gingival pockets and even pus in the mouth. Thus, it is necessary to visit a periodontist 1-2 times a year.