Lumps Ooze And Blood On The Molars That Have Not Been Completely Removed?
Hello, Dad I’m 23 years old. I am experiencing swelling of the gums from the gums that are open due to molars that have not been completely removed. So there’s a ball in the middle. Naah there was the beginning of the gums enlarged and hardened then maybe because of pressure due to the food I consume, finally he was bloody and the next morning I began to feel the extreme pain in the gums and the surrounding area. To ease it, I consume the word Islam. In the middle of the night, I found my gums swelling and festering. Early in the morning, it felt swollen on both sides. On the one hand and the one with the pus, the pus seemed to have come out but it was still swollen and there was a kind of black circle around it. How do you deal with the emergency? And how dangerous is my gum case? Thank you,.
Tooth extraction should be done by medical personnel, especially on molars because of the risk of only partially extracted and infected teeth. Tooth that is bleeding and festering and accompanied by pain is a sign of infection. This condition should be examined by a dentist in order to get further treatment such as the provision of appropriate antibiotics, procedures for cleaning the gums and teeth and extracting the remaining teeth.
Dental and gum infections need to be watched out for if left untreated can cause abscesses. An abscess is a buildup of pus in various body tissues, an abscess that is left untreated can cause an abscess rupture or spread the infection up to sepsisse so you should not resolve the complaint yourself.
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