How Do You Deal With Pulp Polyps?
The thing is yesterday there was a lump in the middle of a cavity and I thought it was normal ehh the next day the lump got bigger and started to make gums around the swollen teeth
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Pulp polyps can occur due to chronic inflammation of the gums whose teeth have a very deep hole down to the dental pulp. Dental pulp is the deepest layer of teeth where there are nerve endings and also blood vessels of the teeth. In general, pulp polyps do not cause any symptoms, but pulp polyps have the potential to cause complications in the form of tooth decay, inflammation and infection of the gums that can lead to the appearance of gum abscesses.
Cavities and pulp polyps must also be treated by a dentist. The therapy for this condition is the surgical removal of polyps and also the teeth to the roots. If the damage to the teeth is not too severe, removal of the polyp can only be continued with repairing the holes in the teeth. The best decision for your dental treatment should be discussed after a direct dental examination and pulp polyp. You should check with your dentist for further evaluation and management.
As mentioned above, although most pulp polyps do not cause any symptoms, complications of the teeth and gums can occur. Therefore it is best not to postpone the examination to the dentist so that your pulp polyps and cavities can be managed immediately before unexpected complications occur.
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