Overcoming Pain In The Gums Due To Improper Growth Of Upper Molars?
Congratulations mlm, I am 22 years old, my molars grow more than two of my upper teeth, sometimes my gums in the upper corner hurt, whether this is problematic or not, please explain, thank you
Which molar tooth do you mean? Is the back molars? Molar teeth that do not grow perfectly can be caused by smaller jaws so there is not enough room for molars to grow fully.
Molar teeth that grow improperly can cause complaints such as pain in the gums, swollen gums, and disturbing teeth next to it. If there are no complaints, the condition does not need special treatment, but if your molars grow improperly and begin to cause complaints, I suggest that you consult a dentist directly so that you can be certain of the condition so that you can be given the right treatment.
Handling of dental teeth that cause complaints generally is to overcome the complaints first and then can be extracted molars if necessary. For the time being you can do the following tips:
Keep your teeth and mouth clean Gargling after eating Gargling with warm salt water Eat foods that are easily chewed Avoid sweet, sticky, and hard foods Hopefully this can help you,