Red Bubbles On The Gums?
My gum doctor has bubbles, between 2 teeth, but the color of the bubbles is not red and doesn’t hurt
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Bubble-like lumps in the gums can be caused by gum mucous cysts (mucocele), inflammation of the gums (ginggivitis), or gum abscesses.
If the complaint that you feel is not accompanied by pain, chances are the lump is a cyst filled with fluid.
But this needs to be confirmed directly by a physical examination by the dentist, whether the cause is due to growing cysts or other possible mouth disorders. The size of the bubble / lump experienced and other characteristics of the lump need to be evaluated in order to determine the cause.
You do not need to worry because if it is not accompanied by pain, your complaints include disturbances that are not dangerous even though it will make you feel uncomfortable.
But maintain the cleanliness of your mouth and teeth by brushing your teeth at least 2 times a day morning and night, maintaining the type of food consumed by avoiding foods that are too sweet, hot and too cold, use dental floss to help get rid of food debris interrupted by teeth and control every 6 once a month to the dentist to check your oral health.
Thus the information we can convey, hopefully helps