What are the Signs of Periodontal Diseases?

An ideal way to tell if your gums are healthy is if they are pink, firm and do not bleed. The gum colour may be an indicator of your health in most situations, but it can also be a product of various factors such asgenetics and ethnicity.

Irrespective of the cause, each one of us desires to have pink gums and achieve that radiant smile. Read on to learn more about the causes of dark gums and what you can do to treat them.

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  • High pigmentation

Heredity and ethnic background play an important role in developing the colour of your gums.Few people have a high level of melanin production in their body which causes naturally darker gums. The gums may not appear pink but brown or black. This is perfectly normal and commonly found across darker skinned races.

  • Smoking

Studies have shown that regular smokers develop darker gums as compared to non-smokers.

  • Poor dental habits

Improper dental habits such as irregular brushing patterns, not flossing and skipping dentist appointments can lead to poor oral hygiene which can cause darker gums.

  • Underlying disease

Darker gums can also be a symptom of gum disease. Along with dark gums, it can also cause swelling, redness and bleeding of gums.

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