How To Deal With Cavities Due To Tooth Extraction?
I want to ask 2 days ago, when I pulled my teeth I was told by the doctor to bite the cotton well, the question is how long do I have to bite the cotton? Is it until the meat grows? My gums are also deep enough, how long will my gums grow back? And how do I treat my gums after tooth extraction
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Tooth extraction / tooth extraction is done to overcome certain medical conditions. After the extraction is done there are several things that occur in your gum area, such as complaints of pain in the gums, swelling of the gums, bleeding in the gums, gums appear to have holes, under certain conditions can also arise discharge from the gums if the area is not maintained properly.
Biting cotton after tooth extraction is generally done until the bleeding stops, after that there is no need to bite the cotton. It is advisable not to chew food in the extracted / extracted part of the tooth, while maintaining cleanliness in the gums that are hollow due to tooth extraction. Keep in mind that the growth of the gums is also influenced by the size of the extracted teeth / size of the gum with holes. Generally it can take several weeks at the fastest, up to several months. But if you find persistent swollen gums, blood and fluid-like discharge from the area, you have a fever and have difficulty eating it is recommended to return control to the dentist regarding the action for further examination and management.
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