Good evening dock. I have 3 pairs of dentures in my teeth, because my front teeth have come out. In the afternoon after I brush my teeth, there was blood seeping from between my dentures, and I felt the gums on my dentures were swollen. Indication What should I do? Why is the blood coat? Explanation please. thank you
Hello Nur Isyanah, thank you for consulting on the HealthReplies.com website.
The presence of bleeding gums on the installation of false teeth may be due to improper installation or loose fitting of the paired dentures, so that there are small blood vessels that tear there and cause blood to seep from between the gums and teeth. While all you have to do to deal with bleeding is to compress the bleeding gums using ice wrapped in cloth until the bleeding stops. Afterwards you need to maintain oral and dental hygiene by brushing your teeth gently 2 times a day with a soft toothbrush. Gargling with salt water is also useful to prevent bacterial infections that can enter when eating together with the food consumed. Manage your stress well so that your cortisol hormone does not increase so that the inflammation process can be inhibited, including your gums.
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