Sores In The Mouth And Oozing Pus After Being Bitten?
rnHelp mernYesterday I had a sore on my mouth due to food getting stuck in my teeth and hurting the deepest part of my right mouth near the last gumrnWhen it happened I felt sick and when I checked it was inflamed and there pus and after that I tried to remove the pus and finally my right mouth was swollen and infectedrnI went to the doctor and was given antibiotics and anti-inflammatory for itrnAfter that it was healedrnBut today when I ate , I was bitten again in my mouth and I checked now my mouth is sore like a scratch and there is more pus insidernWhat should I do ?rnI’m afraid it will swell like yesterday againrnAnd I checked my mouth there is also a soft lumprnIs it because of being bitten too?rnPlease help
The presence of the same inflammatory and traumatic process as before, may indicate the presence of certain conditions that are not right in the process of digestion of food when it is in the oral cavity. This could happen possibly because
1. food that is too hard, sharp
2. Presence of early inflammation of the gums, causing the precision of chewing food to be not optimal
3. Irregular tooth position
4. crooked molars
5. experiencing complaints of canker sores or sore throat, such as because of the habit of smoking when using it
Therefore, after you recover from this complaint, you should also do an examination and consult a dentist to evaluate the condition of your teeth and your oral cavity.
For the initial handling of your current complaint, you may consider:
1. transfer the chewing process to the other side of the tooth
2. Consume easy-to-digest foods
3. Use mouthwash after eating
4. Clean food after eating anything from between the gums or between the teeth
5. If the complaint persists within the next 2 days, you can consult your dentist directly for further treatment of this complaint, thus preventing the inflammation from getting worse.
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