Symptoms of gingivitis are bleeding gums (blood on toothbrush even with gentle brushing of the teeth). Bright red or red-purple appearance to gums that are tender when touched, but otherwise painless mouth sores, swollen gums with a shiny appearance to the gums.
Symptoms and Signs of Simple gingivitis first causes a deepening of the sulcus (gingival crevice) between the tooth and the gingival, followed by a band of red, inflamed gingival along one or more teeth, with swelling of the interdental papillae and easy bleeding. Symptoms are acute pain, bleeding, and foul breath.
Symptoms can disappear in as little as one week. Symptoms you will notice red, swollen, gums that bleed easily. Symptoms include: Red, swollen gums that are painful even if no pressure is placed on them Gums that bleed easily. Bad breath or a bad taste in the mouth. A gray film on the gums, sores (ulcers) on the gums, sore throat, fever, swollen glands in the neck .
Diagnosis your dentist will ask questions, including: How long you have had symptoms? Whether you have had these symptoms before? Whether and how much you smoke? Whether you have had unusual stress in your life? Whether you have any diseases. Even if you don’t notice any symptoms, you may still have some degree of gum disease.