TartarEnd® Stops Bleeding Gingivitis

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Reviewed by Dr. Christopher Tai, D.M.D. Wilmington, DE.

Bleeding gums, also known as bleeding gingivitis, give bacteria and viruses easy access to the bloodstream and transport to all parts of the body.

The CDC reports that about 47% of people aged 30 have some form of periodontal disease1 which usually includes bleeding gums. However, it’s important to note that this is a preventable condition. Many people think bleeding gums are a normal part of brushing or flossing but it’s actually a sign of early gum disease.1 Many dentists and hygienists do not mention that bleeding gums today can lead to tooth loss in the future. At age 65, three out of four adults have periodontal disease. Almost 20% of people aged 65 and older have lost all their teeth due to periodontal disease 2.

Bleeding gums usually start with a buildup of tartar and plaque on the teeth, especially below the gumline. Lactic acid bacteria in tartar and plaque, such as Streptococcus mutans, convert sugars and carbohydrates we eat into lactic acid. Lactic acid is a strong acid that irritates the gums and leads to redness, bleeding gums, and inflammation. If tartar, plaque, and lactic acid are not removed, more severe symptoms of periodontitis will develop over time. These include:

  • Bleeding gums when brushing or flossing.
  • Bad breath that will not go away.
  • Deepening gum pockets
  • Loose teeth or tooth loss.
  • Gum recession.

If you have bleeding gums, you have open wounds in your gums that allow bacteria and viruses to enter directly into your bloodstream and circulate throughout your body. Bleeding gums and gum disease are linked with many other diseases and health problems, including:

  • Respiratory disease
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Coronary artery disease
  • Preterm births
  • Low birth weights
  • Problems controlling blood sugar
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Glaucoma

Brushing twice daily with TartarEnd® Toothpaste and flossing after brushing have been shown to quickly stop bleeding gums. TartarEnd® is not just about oral health. It’s about your overall well-being. Brushing with TartarEnd® removes tartar, plaque, and lactic acid, leading to healthier gums and reduced gum pocket depths. As gum bleeding stops, the open wounds in your gums that allow bacteria to enter your bloodstream are closed. Many long-term TartarEnd users (3-8 years) have reported the elimination or reduction in the frequency of common colds. Medical doctors have reported fewer illnesses since they started using TartarEnd® toothpaste. These long-term users attribute the decrease in the frequency of illnesses to the elimination of bleeding gums and better gum health. This is a testament to the positive impact of TartarEnd® on overall health. If you want to stop periodontal disease before it leads to more serious problems, join the tens of thousands of TartarEnd® customers enjoying routine, short, bloodless, pain-free dental hygiene appointments, and healthier lives.

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Note 1 https://www.nidcr.nih.gov/research/data-statistics/periodontal-disease/adults

Note 2 https://www.ada.org/-/media/project/ada-organization/ada/ada-org/files/resources/research/dqa/educational-resources/measuring_oral_healthcare_quality_in_older_adults_report.pdf

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