Gum Cavities And Discharge Pus After 10 Days Of Tooth Extraction?
,, 10 days ago I had my graham tooth removed, at the beginning my tooth was badly cavities, and now it’s been 10 days the gums haven’t closed, they are still hollow, and there’s white pus on the inside, but I don’t feel any pain, then the gums are on the sides The cheek is so hard, I can’t squeeze it down
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Depending on the size of the tooth, the wound or hole that is formed, the time for the gums to close again varies. Some can take more than 1 month. Likewise, if there are white lumps or the like, over time, this condition will improve by itself.
So you don't really need to worry about your condition, especially because you don't feel pain either. However, check the condition of your teeth and gums to the dentist if you feel symptoms such as severe pain, bleeding or other disturbing complaints. Meanwhile, brush your teeth regularly at least 2x a day and rinse your mouth after every meal so that no food remains are tucked in and cause infection. Hope you recover soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa