How To Deal With Stick Noodles Stuck Into The Gum?
I asked Shinta, if the lid noodles stuck in my gums, how do I take them or the solution, because the teeth hurt too. Thank you
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Eating foods with sharp surfaces, such as stick noodles, do need to be done carefully. Therefore, the sharp surface of the food can stab and cause injury to the mouth area, gum is no exception. Frequently, gums punctured by food can feel inflammation (gingivitis) so that it feels painful, swollen, and can also experience bleeding.
In most cases, if the stab wound is small in size, this condition is not dangerous and does not require special treatment. However, the size of the wound is quite large, or other complaints appear heavier as mentioned above, you should not underestimate it. It is feared that the wound in the gum that does not get good care can be an entry point for harmful microorganisms that cause disease that can cause your complaints to get worse.
Our advice, you first try to resolve your complaint with the following tips:
Try to pull out the noodles that pierce the gum (use clean fingers, don't use any tools)
Brush your teeth cleanly, clean between your teeth, then rinse with salt solution
If the pain feels very great, you can take the drug paracetamol first
Do not smoke
Do not carelessly consume other drugs without doctor's advice
However, if within 3 days the complaint does not improve, do not hesitate to check directly to the doctor or dentist nearby so that the right treatment is given, right?
I hope this helps.