Painful, Swollen, And Suppurating Gums On Cavities?
Hello, I want to ask the question of my left molars have I perforated for a long time but only today suddenly my gums on my molars are like tearing and it hurts so much and I look carefully like there is a lump of pus. to not being able to eat me, so where can the problem be explained and what the cure is. thanks.
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Cavities are prone to infections. Cavities are vulnerable to being a place where food remains can be a source of bacteria that cause infection. Painful, swollen, and suppurating gums on the area of cavities should be suspected by the effects of infections that are getting worse.
Therefore, I suggest that you do a direct examination to the dentist for proper examination and management.
The examination is carried out to assess the severity of the disease and the type of the disease, whether inflammation and infection occur only in the gums (gingivitis) or on the pulp in the teeth (pulpitis).
To help reduce complaints, try consuming cold drinks so that the pain and swelling can subside, avoid consuming foods with a hard texture and consume pain relievers like Paracetamol.
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