Causes Of Gums That Look Black?
I just had the extraction of my 2nd molar under the wisdom tooth on the lower left, after I felt like my left canine shifted after the extraction of my perforated molar, will my tooth position return to its original position after the shift occurs?u003cbr u003eu003cbru003 that’s crazy too, there is a big hole on my extracted tooth, and on my gums there are black spots like dirty, doctor , will it disappear ?
Thanks for the question. The position of the second molars is not directly adjacent to the canines. Thus, the procedure for removing the second molars generally does not interfere with the position of the canines. To be sure, of course, required an examination by a dentist.
Cavities can cause infection in the inside of the tooth and the surrounding tissue. Gums that look black in color may be the result of a previous infection or drained blood. Moreover, this infection can further lead to tissue death which can also give the gums a black appearance. This black appearance of teeth may disappear depending on what the cause is. Please keep your teeth clean by brushing your teeth twice a day. Use mouthwash if necessary. If these black-looking gums are still visible after 1 week and you're worried about it, don't hesitate to go back to your dentist for further checks.
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