The Cause Of Pus Is Gathering In The Gums?
Hello. For the past year, there have been a variety of pus that gather in my gums, sometimes they can disappear by themselves and eventually they can reappear. What type of disease is this?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pus, wherever it is located, is a sign that an infection is happening in the area. Pus on the gums may be started by consuming sharp-edged food, then injuring the gums and food debris in the oral cavity infect through the wound. What is different is most likely just the cause, such as teeth growing, malnutrition, poor dental hygiene, frequent consumption of foods high in sugar and smoking. But when pus has occurred, there must be an infection.
So that in your condition, in the presence of you having repeatedly experienced the incident, our advice should you consult your dentist to do a history, direct examination and see the root of the problem. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of the inspection.
Meanwhile, avoid smoking, maintain oral hygiene by regularly brushing your teeth twice a day with a fluffy toothbrush, dental floss and mouthwash. Reduce sugary foods, and check with your dentist regularly 2x a year. So, hopefully answering your question.