Overcoming Porous Teeth Accompanied By Suppurating Gums When 5 Months Pregnant?
Early in the morning, this time I was 5 months pregnant but there was a problem with my teeth. Then more and more porous, had pain but was gone. The problem is that my gums are swollen now and there may be pus inside them. Can I go to the dentist for an action?
Thank you for the question.
Teeth that are porous can not only cause pain. This porous tooth can also be a hotbed of infection that is susceptible to spread to the gums. This condition causes your gums to swell and fester. Poor dental hygiene is a major risk factor for this condition.
Considering you are pregnant, of course the handling of your dental problems should not be careless. Mistakenly, improper handling can actually interfere with the health of the fetus in your womb. So, you should check yourself directly to the dentist yes .. Usually, the doctor will first give you several types of drugs to treat infections and minimize symptoms of inflammation that appears. Most doctors will postpone definitive measures to deal with your condition, such as if there is a need for patching, root canal treatment, or extraction of porous teeth, until after delivery. However, if the perceived risk that may arise from delaying action is far greater than the benefits, then it can also be done earlier.
At this time, you can first resolve your complaints by brushing your teeth diligently, rinsing with a warm salt solution, multiply rest, and taking the drug paracetamol first if annoying pain appears.
Hope this helps ...