Pain In Cavities And Newly Growing Wisdom Teeth?
, I have a toothache in a perforated molars for a month, at first only a toothache and then the pain was cured but the gums were swollen. I’ve been to the dentist but only given medicine to remove swelling in the gums. And now the pain of his teeth appears again with the condition of the gums still swollen. Now my lower left wisdom teeth are also growing beside the diseased molars but are limited by non-hollow molars. What should I do and what is the cure?
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Gum is a cushion for the growth of teeth in the oral cavity. Abnormalities in the gums that can be experienced include gums become swollen, accompanied by symptoms of pain in the gums, gums appear swollen, difficulty chewing and eating, bad breath, until the discharge of pus from the infected gum. Swollen gum condition can occur due to post extraction or tooth extraction, tartar / dirt that is not cleaned, tooth growth, impacted teeth, infection of the gums, impact on the gums.
Teeth in the lower left jaw that are growing can cause pain if there is insufficient space in the jaw so that the molars cannot grow normally. It is recommended to control the dentist to handle your condition, an examination, as well as a management plan that suits your condition. Avoid scraping the gums with your fingers, maintain oral hygiene with a regular toothbrush, usemouthwash if necessary, avoid taking self-medication without doctor's instructions. For more information on swollen gums can access this link.
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