Gum That Covers Wisdom Teeth Accompanied By Pain When Chewing?
I want to ask. My gums hurt because of the growth of wisdom teeth. My youngest teeth have just grown down, and now they are still covered with gums. It hurts when I chew food and now the gums covering the teeth have turned white because they are often bitten by upper and lower wisdom teeth. Should it be revoked or just leave it alone later it can heal itself?
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Teeth that are buried by the gum structure are called impaction. This condition can indeed trigger inflammation that makes sufferers feel pain. Not only that, the gums that surround the teeth can also experience swelling, redness, easy bleeding, or even vaginal discharge due to repeated friction with the structure of the teeth and gums around it. In more severe conditions, the impact of these teeth can cause sufferers difficulty in eating, talking, or even opening the jaw.
This condition requires further treatment by a dentist or a dentist specializing in oral surgery. Depending on the condition of your teeth and gums later, the doctor can take several actions, such as by observation, drug administration, or maybe surgery to extract impacted teeth. Determining the right treatment can be done by considering the position of the tooth, the severity of the inflammation caused, the physical condition of the patient, or the presence of other complications. Usually, before determining the appropriate course of action, in addition to conducting a physical examination, the doctor will also recommend that you undergo an x-ray examination so that you can do a detailed evaluation related to the condition of your teeth and gums.
In the meantime, we recommend that you take the drug Paracetamol as an initial treatment to reduce pain. Eat foods that are easily digested first, not too hard, too hot, or too cold. Do not forget, be more diligent in brushing your teeth and gargling with antiseptic mouthwash so that your teeth and mouth hygiene are maintained properly.
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