Lumps In The Gums Under The Nose?
Noon I want to ask, above the gums under the left inner nose. Just above the teeth. there is a lump. Hard. Bone kind. It’s been around 2 years. Never checked several times to the clinic. And the doctor said this is nasal polyps. So sick. Then out pus. But not anymore. Every time I drink ice water, it then swells. What disease?
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The presence of lumps in the gums can be caused due to interference with the teeth and gums. Gum is a soft tissue in the mouth and serves as a place where teeth are. If the cleanliness is ignored, the gums will be disturbed so that it can appear abnormalities, such as lumps in the gums.
Lumps in the gums often people do not realize and most often are ignored. Even though a lump in the tooth can be a sign that the person has a certain disease.
There are several things that cause lumps in the gums, namely:
A gum cyst is a bubble that contains fluid, air, or soft tissue. Generally, dental cysts form on the decaying tooth roots. Cysts that are not treated immediately can become infected and cause swelling, pus, and pain in the bump area. mandirbular torus is a condition of bone growth in the upper jaw or lower jaw. The exact cause is not yet known to gum abscess, bacterial infection of the gums and causing accumulation of pus in the back sac of the gum. This can be caused by lack of caring for the gums, causing infection of the gums. Based on the complaint you have mentioned, it is possible that this could lead to a buildup of pus caused by an infection in the cyst sac that may have appeared a long time ago. But to ensure clearer and definite diagnosis you need to do a complete and detailed physical examination. And if it is not handled immediately, it will cause complications. My advice immediately check your gum condition to the dentist.
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