Overcoming Hard Lumps In The Gums After Pulling Teeth By Force?
, My upper molars have holes, I patched them. However, the patches came off so that his teeth became porous and began to come off little by little. So that my molars were left a little incomplete, so I pulled out forcefully. A few days later, my tongue felt like teeth in the gums on my molars that I had pulled out, then the gums also seemed to swell up, it was very painful, what steps should I take?
The onset of pain and swelling of the gums after tooth extraction can be caused by several things, namely:
Gum inflammation (gingivitis) or periodontitis
As a result of remaining teeth left in the gums that cause inflammation
As a result of nerve damage / inflammation
Gum abscess, which is a buildup of pus in certain body parts. If left untreated can cause sepsis which can be very dangerous
These complaints should not be treated on their own and immediately checked by a dentist to ascertain the cause of your complaint and get the appropriate treatment. Your doctor will ask for a history of your complaints, do a physical examination or supporting examinations such as blood tests and dental x-rays if needed.
If the complaint is caused by infection or inflammation, the doctor can prescribe an appropriate antibiotic, administration of NSAIDs and anti-inflammatory corticosteroids. If the complaint is caused by a tooth component left behind, the doctor can recommend a surgical procedure to remove the component.
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