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Do Your Gums Bleed When You Brush?

Do Your Gums Bleed When You Brush?

I’ve gotten pretty good at knowing when someone has given up on their Triple Bristle 3-sided electric toothbrush too early. 

Most of the time it occurs after the first few brushes. 

How do I know?

They say their gums bleed while they brush. 

Opposite of how it might seem…

Your gums bleeding is actually a good thing!

It’s a sign the “evil” is leaving your mouth. 

Dentists call this the “red complex.”

Or, in other words, a group of bacteria that are categorized together based on their association with severe forms of gum disease.

Now, just because your gums bleed while you brush doesn’t necessarily mean you have gum disease. But it might. 

The key here is prevention, because... 

Most people don’t even know they have gum disease until it’s too late. 

The good news is, our specially designed brush heads cut at a 45-degree angle help you scrub away all that nasty bacteria that’s threatening the health of your gums.

Yes, your gums might bleed in the beginning but, if you stick with it, I promise your gums will eventually stop bleeding….

Everything around your teeth will tighten up…

And you’ll have noticeably less plaque, which will have your dental hygienist asking you what you did to have such a beautiful smile.


 

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