How To Cope With One-sided Swollen Cheeks Because Of Perforated Teeth?
Hello Jayanti, thank you for asking.
Caries or cavities sometimes sound trivial, but if they are not treated immediately caries can continue to become a more complex disorder. One form of disorder that is the effect of caries is swelling in the gums or cheeks, sometimes accompanied by pus-releasing abscesses. In your case several things could happen, for example:
growth of an abnormal tissue in the cheek or gum cyst due to chronic infection of the granuloma tissue due to chronic infection the presence of other teeth that have problems enlarged salivary glands or lymph nodes problems in the gums or periodontal tissue You should consult your dentist again. Tell about your complaints sequentially and in detail. The doctor may need additional investigations such as X-rays. While this is before you consult with your dentist, make sure your teeth and mouth hygiene remain optimal, brush your teeth the right way 2x a day, use dental floss so that plaque does not gather between the teeth, avoiding excessive sweet drinks and foods. A few answers from us, hopefully it helps. Regards.