How To Deal With Swollen Gums?
Good afternoon doctor, I have some swelling of the upper gums, one of which is white pus and has burst bleeding, but it is not so painful, what is the cause that I am experiencing? Is there any self-treatment that I can do before going to the dentist?
Swollen gums is a condition where there is inflammation of the gums, which can be triggered by several factors. Even though inflammation has not caused significant pain complaints, it does not mean that inflammation can be underestimated. Swollen gums can be caused by:
Gum infection by viruses or bacteria. Injured gums after consumption of food with sharp edges such as chips or ice cubes smoking habits lack of vitamin C dentures that do not fit side effects of certain drugs Swollen gums can be reduced by cold compresses on the swollen area. Consumption of vegetables and fruit aims to meet nutritional needs to prevent swollen gums. Regular tartar cleaning also reduces the risk of swollen teeth. As for if the swelling doesn't get better, don't hesitate to get it checked by a doctor. Here we attach an article about swollen gums. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief