Rear Molars Grow And Gum Sores
Tonight doctor, my back molars grow dock, but not all grow and shift slightly to the right so it is not straight with the front teeth dock. Then the gum near the tongue is swollen and canker sores. How do you do that, Doc? Thank you for the previous doctor.
Thank you for the question.
Wisdom teeth growth is imperfect, that is, it has an impact (cannot appear all to the surface), tilted, or transversely so that it is not straight with the arrangement of other teeth, it is prone to trigger inflammation, which makes swelling, pain, injury, and redness around gums, tongue, and even the inside of the oral cavity. This condition, if not handled properly, can be very annoying, especially during the process of eating, talking, even opening my mouth.
So that your complaints improve, you can first do the following steps:
Brush your teeth regularly after every meal and before going to bed
Gargle with warm saline solution every time you sleep
Not always consume foods and drinks that are too hard, sticky, hot, or cold
Do not smoke
However, if the complaint feels very unbearable, or to cause fever, difficulty eating and drinking, as well as other severe complaints, immediately check with your nearest dentist huh ..
I hope this helps.