Cavities Grow Flesh And Bleed After Squeezing?
Good night, permission to ask my teeth, is it hollowed out of the hole where the flesh grows (pulp) and then it bleeds after I press “my question: 1. Is meat growing in the cavity dangerous? 2. After being pressed, “I gargled my mouth just after a few minutes there was a clot of red blood to the black that came out of the gums. Was that blood clotted? Is it dangerous?
Hello Ipung, thank you for asking.
The tooth is broadly divided into the body of the tooth (which appears in the gum outer) and the tooth root (which is in the gum). Teeth are composed of layers of enamel, dentin, and pulp. Pulpukan is a growing meat. The pulp is the inner tissue of the tooth in which there are nerve teeth. In untreated cavities, infection can continue into the pulp, known as pulpitis. Pulpitis is very painful, swollen, and the pain is not easily treated with pain medication. That is because in the pulpitia, the nerves of the teeth also become infected.
If the tissue that appears in your teeth is indeed the pulp, then you should not squeeze or pry it out, because there can be sores and infections, causing severe pain. If there is bleeding, then blood clots will form and this is normal. Gargling too hard can cause blood clots to come apart and re-bleed.
It is most likely that the tissue you have found is not pulp, but granuloma tissue, gingivitis, or gum abscess. Please consult with your dentist to resolve the issue. The doctor will assess whether your teeth can be patched or should be removed. The longer you postpone solving cavities, the higher the risk of re-infection.
Keep your teeth clean by brushing your teeth 2x a day in the right way. Make sure there is no leftover food in the tooth cavity. Use dental floss to clean between your teeth. Avoid sugary drinks. Stop smoking, alcohol consumption, and caffeine.
Hopefully this answer can help. Regards.