Small Teeth Appear In The Gum From The Tooth Extraction And It Hurts?
Hello doctor .. My teeth have been pulled out a year but in the middle of the gums it looks like small teeth are growing and why it still hurts especially when exposed to hard foods and sweet foods. The whole day the pain doesn’t go away.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of pain in the teeth can occur due to several possibilities, including:
Abnormal tooth growth
In your case, the cause could be one of the conditions above, especially abnormal tooth growth because you see something that looks like small teeth. Our advice on this matter is that you should have your teeth checked by a dentist for further examination, especially those involving investigations such as dental x-rays. This is important in determining the handling, such as if there are teeth that are actually blocked, it may be necessary to remove the teeth on them and / or insert braces to make room for the teeth to grow out.
Meanwhile, keep the oral cavity clean by regularly brushing your teeth twice a day and with the help of dental floss and mouthwash, avoid foods that can trigger pain, and to relieve pain, gargle with warm salt water, compress the painful cheeks with a cold compress, and apply clove oil to the painful area. You may take painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs that are sold freely by reading the rules of use listed. So, hopefully answering your question.