How To Stop Bleeding From Gums floor, Apurupa BDR, opp spicy venue restaurant, Road Number 10, Jubilee Hills

How To Stop Bleeding From Gums


We can manage minor gum bleeding at home. Oral hygiene takes the main role in preventing bleeding gums. Natural remedies can treat small gum issues.

Gum bleeding is not a serious issue, it is seen mainly after brushing teeth, which stressing the sensitive gums. The main reason behind the gum bleeding is tartar, allows the bacteria to settle on the layers of gums.

Familiar causes of bleeding gums are:

  1. Avoiding brushing the teeth when necessary.
  2. Using a very hard toothbrush bristle.
  3. Using a dead toothbrush.
  4. Consuming aspirin and ibuprofen.

Preventive methods of gum bleeding:

Applying ice:

Ice is the best and easily available thing to cure any sort of pains or swellings.  In this gum bleedings, ice helps in comforting minor oral issues, even helps in degrade injury and swelling generated by gingivitis.

Even after using the ice, if it still bleeding it is the time to consult the doctor.


Antibacterial mouthwashes kill oral bacteria and reduce the swelling and bleeding gums. Mouthwashes generally contain chlorhexidine and hydrogen peroxide.

Saltwater rinse:

Salt is composed of sodium and chloride, have a speedy reaction in clearing the bacterial growth. Rinsing with warm saltwater reduces oral bacteria and decreases bleeding from gums.


Turmeric has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Applying Turmeric powder or paste on the site of bleeding and gingivitis helps in soon recovery.


The right toothbrush cleans the harmful bacteria, maintains oral hygiene.

The bristles must be soft and used twice a day and the validity of a general toothbrush is 3 to 4 months.

Gentle flossing:

Flossing is another method to maintain oral hygiene, but very first days of flossing may cause irritation and bleeding and when adding consistency it helps in making gums strong and clean.

Excluding smoking:

Smoking is a cause of gum bleeding. Smoking broke the immune system and allows the bacteria to grow in the body. Smoking makes the tissues harder to heal. Quitting smoking heals the body and increases hygiene overall.

Excluding processed sugars:

High starch and processed foods play an active role in developing cavities and gum bleeding. Processed sugars, when reacted with saliva, turns into acid causing tooth decay, gum bleeding.


Adding vegetables to the diet promotes oral health. The vegetables have very low sugars and carbohydrates which help in promoting dental health.

Leafy Vegetables:

  • Leafy vegetables are high sources of vitamins and nutrients.
  • Mainly spinach, lettuce and kale have vitamin k which has high blood clotting capabilities. Adding these in the diet helps in fighting the bleeding gums.

Preventive methods to avoid gum bleeding:

  • Maintaining good oral health, that is brushing twice a day and flossing a day.
  • Changing toothbrushes once every 3 months.
  • Regular visits to a dental clinic
  • Clearing tartar under the guidance of professionals.
  • Quitting smoking or finding measures to quit smoke.
  • Low sugar and less carb diet with fresh leafy and fruits help in maintaining good oral health.


Bleeding gums can effectively be treated and cured with the remedies available in the home. By practising oral hygiene we can give a tough fight to the oral issues, even they arise it’s the time to see a doctor.

If diabetes sees a bleeding gum issue, they should maintain the blood sugar levels stable and in control and then they can control bleeding gum and gingivitis by proper medication.

In conditions like haemophilia, the only way to cure is to use proper medications from a good doctor.

Occasional bleeding may not cause a serious problem but if it continues its time to see a dentist.

In short words

Tooth Works is Hyderabad’s Newest and Best Equipped Dental Clinic. From Braces to Bridges and Implants to Tooth Whitening we offer the most comprehensive services at an affordable price.


Sign up for Tooth Works newsletter to receive all the news offers and discounts from Tooth Works Dental clinic.

    Copyright by Tooth Works. All rights reserved.