Gums Feel Lumps When Closing The Mouth?
Hello doctor. So here, I want to ask. Why does my left tooth gum on the bottom left suddenly feel like something is up when closing my mouth or when the upper and lower teeth are fused. Only the left tooth. Thank you, doctor
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The feeling of wedge you experience can occur because of the following possibilities, including:
Salivary gland obstruction
To be sure, we suggest that you check your complaint with a general practitioner or dentist, so that you can do a history and physical examination by looking directly at the area complained of. That way, the diagnosis can be established immediately and treatment can be more precise.
Meanwhile, you don't need to worry because this is usually harmless, avoid eating sharp edges of food, slowly use a toothbrush, choose soft feathers, avoid cigarettes, and if there are bumps, don't play with your tongue squeezed or broken. So, hopefully answering your question.