Causes And Ways To Deal With Incisor Pain And Swollen Gums?
Hello, I want to ask why my teeth are swollen on my incisors, precisely under the nose, it feels like I am traction when I talk like that. 5 days … If I feel that the swelling is just below the nose … Please help …
Thank you for the question.
Swollen gums if they occur preceded by toothaches may be associated with disruption to the diseased tooth, for example due to cavities, pulpitis (inflammation of tooth roots), or tooth abscess (formation of pus-filled sac due to infection around the teeth). Disorders of this tooth, if late handled, can cause inflammation that spreads to the gums (gingivitis) and make the gums swell, redness, also feels painful. Not only that, the swelling and pain in the upper gum (under the nose) that you experience may also arise due to other causes, for example mucocele, tartar, hormonal disorders, side effects of drugs, oral cavity infections, malignancies, immunity disorders, rhinosinusitis, allergies or irritation due to the use of toothpaste or certain mouthwashes, and so on.
Your condition should be checked immediately by a dentist so that appropriate treatment is given. At home, you can also do the following steps so that your complaints improve:
A diligent and clean toothbrush
Gargle with salt solution so the inflammation in the gums subsides
Don't eat foods that are too hard, sticky, and hot
Drink more water
Do not carelessly take medication without a doctor's prescription
Check your oral health regularly to the dentist every 6 months
Hope this helps ...