How To Deal With Swollen Gums Bleeding And Cavities?
Hello, I want to ask my left tooth, there is a hole in the side, the side is perforated, the gums are bleeding, the swollen gums are also swollen, so if the upper teeth collide with the lower teeth, it hurts and aches, so what should I do? What medicine do you want to buy?
Good evening Irma02, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Reading your complaint, the swelling of your gums may be caused by an infection that has spread about the gum next to it due to cavities, it can also be caused by dental abscesses, dental cysts or lack of certain nutrients.
To determine which condition you are experiencing, it is highly recommended that you check the condition of your teeth further to the dentist. In addition to knowing what causes your complaints at this time, consultation with your doctor is also to determine how appropriate therapy for complaints and disorders of the teeth that you experience.
In the meantime, you should still maintain the cleanliness of your teeth, especially teeth that have cavities by brushing your teeth in the right way so that no food remains are left in the cavities. It is also recommended to limit consumption of sweet and sour foods to help prevent the occurrence of other cavities.
Regarding medicine, you can try using over-the-counter pain medications such as paracetamol to help reduce pain with a dosage that fits the packaging. It is not advisable to take other drugs, especially antibiotics, without the proper advice from your doctor.
I hope this helps.