Granuloma Symptoms And Tooth Discomfort?
Good night, I want to ask my lower teeth, how come they feel sore like that? I hold no pain or a hole but it feels uncomfortable … then I see in the panoramic rongen I have a faint darkening under the tooth root? Or does it go into granuloma or not?
Hello Rza Armns,
Granuloma is a disorder in the form of a lump (tumor) that can be found in the gums. Granulomas occur due to a history of local trauma or irritation of the gums. Granulomas are usually in the form of lobules which can be seen from outside the gums, with the surface forming a wound (ulcer). Risk factors for the formation of granulomas are poor oral and dental hygiene and the presence of chronic irritative factors such as the use of dentures that are not properly installed or because of the number of tartar.
Symptoms of granulomas are:
Lumps initially only in the form of protrusion of teeth that bleed easily Lumps grow larger fast More often found in the maxilla than mandible red bumps purplish red No pain when the lump is held Lump palpable soft when touched Palma diagnosis is determined from physical examination and supporting examination of X-rays or purplish histological examination of lump tissue that has been removed through a surgical procedure. In the X-ray granuloma can appear as a roundish black shadow with a fairly firm boundary without any calcification (whitish) in the black shadow. Granuloma therapy is by surgical excision to remove the lump completely.
Discomfort around the bottom of the teeth is not necessarily caused by granulomas. Many other factors such as small holes in the teeth which when located between the teeth would be difficult to look without examination using a special glass, inflammation of the gums, bruxism, dental alignment abnormalities, and so on. Please consult further directly with the dentist to get a proper diagnosis of the complaints you experience around the teeth and mouth. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.