The Cause Appears Black Lumps On The Gums Accompanied By Swelling And Pain?
Hello, I want to ask, what is the black object at the back of my gums, if I touch it a little pain, yesterday I realized, but it’s a little smaller, and after I checked today, it turned out to be a little bigger, what is it, is it dangerous? ? . .
Hello, thanks for the question.
The appearance of a black lump on the gum accompanied by swelling and pain can indicate the occurrence of an inflammatory process. Some possible causes of the complaint include:
Tartar or calculus, which is a plaque that hardens and arises due to accumulated food debris mixed with minerals and saliva.
Remaining dead tooth tissue or pulp necrosis
Eruption hematomas, which are cysts (fluid-filled sacs) that contain blood that form when there are teeth that want to grow
Blue nevus or like a mole that grows on the gums
Bruises on the gums
To ascertain the cause of the complaint, especially if accompanied by discomfort or pain in the gums, we recommend consulting the dentist for a thorough examination and additional examination if necessary. Handling will be adjusted to the cause of the complaint. Able to administer drugs to certain medical procedures. If the complaint is accompanied by severe pain or a bigger lump, bleeding, festering, or causing a fever you should not delay to see a doctor. It is better to maintain oral health by brushing your teeth regularly 2 times a day before bed and after eating, reduce consumption of sweet and sticky foods, use dental floss to clean between your teeth, and reduce consumption of caffeinated drinks and alcohol.
so, hopefully it helps.