A 7 Year Old Child Has A Yellow Lump?
Hello. R nI am Novi, the mother of a 7 year old daughter. R nI want to ask about my child’s front gum problem, how come there are yellow lumps … Ea. R nAround the area of her teeth that want to grow, the gums are swollen yellow. r nHow to solve or eliminate it how ea? r nThank you …
Swollen gums are very disturbing, especially in children, can cause complaints that children become fussy, have difficulty eating, and have trouble sleeping because of the pain or discomfort caused by the swelling. Swollen gums often may be due to teething, but it may also be due to other possible causes, such as:
cavities plaque on teeth infection in teeth infection or inflammation of the gums (gingivitis) lack of vitamin C lack of calcium less folic acid sensitive to certain toothpastes too hard when brushing your teeth Considering there are several other possibilities, you should check your child further to the doctor teeth, to be examined further and determine the exact cause. Handling according to known causes from direct examination.
Some things you need to pay attention to:
keep your child's teeth clean, brush your teeth at least 2x a day, don't brush your teeth too hard, avoid eating sweet foods, avoid eating food and drinks that are too hot or cold, drink lots of water, gargle after eating, compress the child's swollen gums with cold gauze, give food not too hard consume more sources of vitamin C such as fruits if accompanied by fever or pain can take pain relievers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen read things related to the causes of swollen gums, swollen gums in children
hopefully useful, thank you