Overcoming Gums That Are Continuously Raised?
, my left gum near the back of the molar was lifted. Not a meeting as usual. Very painful. To fix this I drank dexa, paracetamol, and amoxilin. The pain subsided a little. Is this okay? This is the second time. Had recovered but was lifted again because of a collision with a toothbrush. Then my lips which were the corner of the left and around it itchy and dry. Does this affect? R n r nWhat should I do?
Raised gums can be caused by several possible causes, including:
Trauma or impact, for example due to brushing your teeth too hard or hard
Other gum diseases
The growth of new teeth is not good
Deficiency of nutrients such as vitamin C
For this reason, it is necessary to do a direct examination by the dentist so that the cause is known and later not only examinations but also measures will be carried out to overcome the condition you are experiencing. Avoid taking any drugs without a doctor's prescription like what you have been consuming. The use of amoxicillin or other antibiotics should not be taken carelessly or without a doctor's recommendation because it can cause unwanted side effects or the risk of bacterial resistance to the drug if it is not properly indicated and how to use it.
May be useful,
dr. Adhi P.