Medication To Treat Swollen Gums In Stirrup Users?
Good morning, I will use stirrup but my gums are swollen, maybe this is the cause because I brush my teeth wrong. Now I want to ask what is the medicine for swelling the swollen gums. Thank you
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Stirrup users are indeed more at risk of experiencing gum swelling due to inflammation (gingivitis). Usually, this condition is experienced in the early weeks of stirrup installation, and will improve on its own as long as proper care is taken. In addition to swelling, gums that are inflamed due to the influence of stirrup can also be painful, bleed easily, appear reddish, and can even appear lumps resembling flesh.
You should not be in a hurry to take medicine to resolve your complaint. If there are no other complications, gum inflammation due to the influence of stirrup is often harmless and can be improved with the following steps:
Use toothpaste and toothpaste special toothpaste brushes as your dentist recommends, also brush your teeth the right way as the doctor recommends. Choose a toothbrush with soft bristles, don't brush your teeth too hard After brushing your teeth, clean between your teeth with dental floss, then rinse with salt solution Don't overeat food that is too hard, too hot, and too sticky Don't smoke Control your stirrup regularly to the dentist as recommended time Don't carelessly take medicine without a doctor's prescription Apart from the influence of stirrup used, it could also, swollen gums due to other causes, for example due to coral reefs, smoking habits, hormonal influences (such as during menstruation or pregnancy), side effects of drugs (such as anti-seizure drugs, steroids, or calcium channel blockers), vitamin C deficiency, malignancy, and so on.
If the swelling in your gums has not improved with natural treatment as mentioned above, you can check your complaints directly to the nearest dentist so that the best solution is provided. Management of gum swelling can be done with a variety, including by observation, drug administration, cleaning tartar, and so on, depending on the underlying cause.
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