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Question by  diva63 (56)

What can cause purple spots on my gums?


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

A poor diet or poor dental hygiene can cause these spots. You could have gum trauma or bruising. See your doctor to rule out any serious disorders. Dentures that don't fit well can cause purple spots.


Answer by  Anonymous

My gums have always been purple,but if yours weren't always like that its probably a bruise,the swelling is plaque build up,I wear braces I know exactly what you're going through.


Answer by  worker2746 (2434)

Poor nutrition and hygiene can lead to purple spots on the gums. You may also have a rare disease that causes these spots.


Answer by  worker5534 (518)

The purple spots in your gums is the indicate the gums failure in your buccal cavity. One type of bacteria may causes the purple spots in your gums. Secondly the unwanter pieces are stayed in the between of the teeth that cause the decay the teeth gums. To avoid this circumstence brush twice.


Answer by  Darry (3853)

It is possible that you are seeing trauma to your gums, a bruise, from an injury or other problem. If it contains see your dentist or physician.


Answer by  bajestar (605)

It could be bruising or trauma on your gums that has cause purple spots. It can also be a sign of something more serious. Go to you dentist to make sure


Answer by  Anonymous

A symptom of Addison's Disease is purple or dark-colored spots on gums and tongue. get it checked.

posted by Anonymous
Addison's Disease is not a dental problem. It is life-threatening. Search symptoms of this illness and check if you have any other symptoms. It is very serious.  add a comment
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