Do You Have Bleeding Gums?

The sight of bleeding gums can mar your smile. What’s more is, they can distract people in more ways than one. Aside from looking alarming, bleeding gums are red flags of more dental problems. This is where we can help.

It’s never normal to have bleeding gums, no matter how small the amount of blood may be. Depending on how advanced your gum disease is, surgical procedures may be required.

Flap surgery
Surgical procedures to reduce inflammation and treat infection may be necessary for more advanced cases of bleeding gums. We may perform flap surgery, wherein your gums are surgically lifted to remove the tartar underneath and then sutured back into place.

Bone and tissue grafting
Another surgery requires regeneration of gum and bone tissue that may have been eaten away due to gum disease. We can graft lost bone or tissue by placing natural or synthetic bone or tissue material in the damaged area.

    Fill in this form and we'll help you with your tooth pain ↓

    Here's how we can help with your tooth pain

    There are three ways to treat your bleeding gums. Enquire online, ring us, or book directly to get started.

    Currimundi Dentist

    Enter Your Details Below

    Enter your name, email and phone number and we will send you information on treating your bleeding gums. There are a few options.

    Candice Look

    Ring Us on 07 5358 0413

    Ring us on 07 5358 0413 and speak to our friendly team about treating your bleeding gums. They can answer any questions you have, and set up a time for you and our dentists.

    Currimundi Dentist

    Book Directly Online

    If you just want to book your appointment and prefer to do so online, you can. In our booking form, select 'New Patient', and you can book easily in 3 steps.

      Fill in this form and we'll help you with your tooth pain ↓

      The Truth About Bleeding Gums

      Even if you believe you have impeccable hygiene and yet you see an occasional spot or two of blood on your teeth or when you gargle, that still needs a visit to your trusted dentist. This is because bleeding gums are never normal and can wreak havoc on your dental health.

      Visit us at Battery Hill Dental for scaling and tooth planing to remove plaque and tartar even in parts that you can’t reach with regular brushing. This procedure can result in less bleeding in minor cases. Visiting us regularly for cleaning every six months can greatly relieve bleeding and stop gum disease from getting worse. We can prescribe medication to be used alongside treatment.

      Stop the bleeding and start smiling

      We’re here to make sure you get the best treatment options for all your dental concerns, so book now.

      Enquire below by adding your details, or ring 07 5358 0413 and mention 'bleeding gums treatment'.

        What can bleeding gums lead to?

        Gum disease

        From gingivitis to the more serious periodontal disease, bleeding gums definitely need immediate attention from your dentist. You need to let your dentist know the possible conditions behind those bleeding gums and we’ll come up with the necessary gum disease treatment.

        Bone loss

        Periodontal disease is a more advanced problem, with bleeding gums only one of the many symptoms. When tartar and bacteria spreads below the gum line, it can start to break down even the jaw bone and gum tissue.

        Tooth loss

        Bleeding gums, when left untreated, can lead to periodontal disease. This is because bacteria can infect your gums and the supporting structures on your teeth, making them loose. In fact, many tooth loss cases can be attributed to this.

        Book now, and stop bleeding gums in their tracks.

        We take the time to listen to you, and alleviate your pain. Book in at Battery Hill Dental, and get rid of your tooth pain. Click to book online, or ring 07 5358 0413.


        4/30 Buderim St,
        Battery Hill, QLD 4551

        P: 07 5358 0413

        Give Battery Hill Dental, your local Currimundi dentist, a call or drop by anytime. We're in the Pacific Haven complex, opposite Currimundi State School.

        We're open weekdays and Saturdays, and have early morning and late night spots available.