Lumps In Cavities That Disappear?
Good night, I debbie I have graham teeth problems under the right and left broad holes, but the most severe in the right graham teeth, the right teeth are not hollow anymore but it is porous so, initially I looked for years when the lump in the middle of the gum or something, apparently it was palupa, at first I ate always on the right and there was no problem because my left graham tooth perforated so it could not be used to eat, and I used to eat there was no problem but lately the porous right side teeth were slightly aching and I finally gargle and always use listerine, when I look at the glass, my palupa is gone, is it swallowed or what? Please explain, thank you
Thank you for the question.
Pulp is a medical term for the root of a tooth which contains blood vessels, nerve fibers, and various other tissues that support general dental health. The lump in the center of the graham tooth with a cavity is not exactly called a pulp. More likely, this lump is part of the pulp polyp, which is an excessive gum growth in the pulp area, which occurs due to chronic inflammation of cavities. Lumps due to the typical pulp polyps will turn purplish red, the surface is slippery, can be painful, swollen, and even bleed easily when experiencing irritation. It no longer seems that the polyp pulp does not necessarily mean that the polyp is swallowed. This condition is also not always dangerous. In fact, it does not appear that this polyp is likely to indicate that the polyp is not inflamed to the point of reducing its size.
In addition to triggering the formation of pulp, graham tooth cavities, if not handled properly, certainly can cause pain that is very disturbing, especially when in contact with food that is too cold, hard, or sticky. Furthermore, if you only deal with it using one side only when chewing food, then the structure of your gums and jaws can turn out to be no longer symmetrical.
Therefore, before it's too late, it's best to check your condition directly to the nearest dentist. Your graham teeth with cavities may be treated later with patches, root canal treatment, removed, or also installed dentures. In this way, the risk of various complications as we mentioned earlier can certainly be greatly minimized. In the meantime, in addition to improving oral and dental hygiene by diligently brushing your teeth every morning, evening and night before going to bed, you also need to first limit the consumption of foods that are too hot, hard, and also sticky. Not only that, you can also gargle with salt solution so that your teeth and mouth hygiene are better maintained and inflammation around it can be minimized.
Hope this helps ...