Causes Swelling In The Gums That Feels Painful To The Upper Neck?
Greetings, Want to ask, it’s been a few days the molars just under my ears (both of them, left u0026amp; right) I feel swollen and aching / aching. What do you think about the doctor’s experience …? Previously I said thank you very much for the information. Regards, Jimmy
The onset of pain accompanied by swelling of the molars and around the gums can be caused by the following conditions:
Gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) Inflammation of the roots of the teeth, generally occurs due to cavities Gums / tooth abscess Direct examination is needed to ascertain the cause of your complaint so you should consult a dentist directly if the complaint is very disturbing or permanent.
The doctor will ask for a history of your complaint, perform a physical examination and supporting examinations such as blood or X-ray examination if needed. If the complaint is caused by gum inflammation, the doctor can prescribe appropriate antibiotics and symptomatic drugs (symptomatic) to treat your complaint. If the complaint is caused by cavities, the doctor can prescribe appropriate antibiotics, symptomatic drugs and dental care procedures (tooth conservation) and tooth extraction procedures if needed.
Besides handling your doctor, you can also take the following recommendations regarding your complaint:
Avoid conditions that can trigger complaints Avoid foods that are too sweet, hard, cold or too hot Gargling after eating Regular brushing teeth Consuming over-the-counter pain relievers to help deal with complaints, check with your doctor immediately if complaints persist or get worse Hopefully useful,