Child’s Gums Are Swollen Due To The Growth Of Baby Teeth?
Good afternoon, I am Ardila who wants to ask about my baby’s milk teeth, the age of 2 is less and my toddler does not want to make it since the milk teeth have increased, and the milk teeth are directly affected by the swollen gums. ?
Do you mean your child's age is 2 years? Are swollen gums where milk teeth grow? When the teeth grow, the gums may experience swelling or inflammation accompanied by redness of the gums, pain, swollen cheeks, lazy eating, increased saliva, difficulty sleeping, fussing, and sometimes fever.
If the swollen gums are caused by the milk teeth growing, then you do not need to worry because the swollen gums will improve by itself. To help your child feel more comfortable, you can do the following tips:
Cold or warm compresses to reduce pain Apply teething gel if necessary, choose hypoallergenic to reduce the possibility of allergic reactions Give food that is easy to chew Teach children to regularly brush teeth Encourage children to rinse after eating Let the child get enough rest Whereas if the swollen gums are not in the teeth that are swollen grow, it is necessary to pay attention again to other causes of swollen gums that may occur. Swollen gums in children in addition to growing teeth can also be caused by other conditions such as cavities, tartar, ginggivitis, and infection.
If after the teeth grow swollen gums, or your child has a high fever and weakness because they do not want to eat and drink, you should check your child to the dentist directly so that further tests can be done to determine the cause of swollen gums. Furthermore, the dentist can provide further maximum treatment for your child.
Hope it helps you,