The Cause Of Chronic Gum Inflammation Does Not Go Away?
I want to ask … I’ve had gum inflammation for a long time … I’ve had it for years … sometimes it hurts, sometimes it’s just swollen … That’s because of what?
Hello Mychaela Anita, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Previously the doctor needed some additional information about your complaints such as how old are you, are there bleeding gums, pain in the tooth area, or other complaints in your mouth area?
Some of the causes that might cause your complaints include:
Dental caries or tartar
Lack of vitamins such as vitamin C
Swollen gums can occur due to poor dental hygiene, there are corals or holes in the teeth, have smoking habits, lack of vitamin C, or have certain medical conditions such as diabetes.
We recommend that if your complaint has lasted long enough then you should be able to consult directly with the dentist. Your doctor needs to do a physical examination directly to see the condition of your mouth area and take certain actions such as cleaning tartar, patching cavities or other treatments according to the cause of your complaint.
Some things you can do between:
Brush your teeth twice every day when you wake up in the morning and before you go to sleep at night
Perform periodic dental examinations to the dentist at least every 6 months
Avoid smoking or consuming alcohol
Consuming enough water about 2 liters every day
You can read the following interesting article: Appreciate Dental and Mouth Health as Respect for Yourself
Hopefully this information can be useful for you.