Just 2 Days Using The Teeth Alignment / Trainer, The Gums Are Swollen And Bleeding?
, I am 18 years old. I recently bought teeth alignment from olshop and I wear it every time I spend and sleep. My teeth problem apart from being uneven is that I have a crooked canine that makes the other upper tooth protrude. On day 1, my gums were swollen in the hilt section. I tried to convince myself that it was just the effect of the teeth shifting from my gums. And it’s only been two days since I got up and took off my teeth trainer. I was quite surprised that there was blood when I spat. I panicked not playing. a little nauseous too. I wonder how? Should it continue or stop? I am waiting for the doctor’s answer first and then dare to continue using it or not.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Teeth in humans, apart from functioning as a means of chewing food to make it easier to digest and process in the digestive system, also have an effect on appearance. Simply put, the better the appearance and arrangement of the teeth, the better the person will look. If there are abnormalities in the teeth, for example the lower jaw is more advanced than the upper jaw, the teeth are untidy, toothless, or yellow, then the person's appearance will be affected in a worse direction.
That is why many people want to whiten their teeth, remove teeth, put dental implants or dentures, put on braces and even have jaw surgery to get the optimal appearance of their teeth and mouth. One of the efforts made is buying teeth alignment, retainer, teeth trainer or the like through online shops, dentists, or anyone other than a dentist.
We have to say that this behavior is wrong behavior and can even cause greater harm than before. Because everyone does not have the same dental problems to be beaten evenly using the same tools. There are people who have problems with their upper incisors that are too advanced, some have problems with their lower teeth that are growing out of line, there are those with problems whose jaw is too solid so that everything is messy, all of which require different handling.
When you go to the dentist, you will go through a thorough and in-depth examination to determine how best to straighten your teeth. Your doctor may determine that you have to remove a tooth or two because your jaw is too small, for example. After that, the doctor will use a mold made specifically for your teeth, so that you are more comfortable and less injured. Even installing the stirrup, your doctor will determine for himself whether to fasten it or not, which part and all kinds of things.
In your case, the spotting could be due to the wrong position of the toothbrush, which is pressing on the gums and causing bleeding. So our advice is that you should stop using the tool and consult a dentist, to be given a treatment that is really suitable and specifically for you. So, hopefully it answers your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa