The Cause Of The Gums Feels Pain?
Hello … It’s been a week that my upper gum gums hurt … then if I brush my teeth and bleed. Does it hurt because of the dinner wasting can be caused because of that, Thank you
Thank you for the question.
Painful and often bleeding gums usually indicate gingivitis, or inflammation of the gums. This condition can occur due to the influence of plaque buildup of hardened food scraps (tartar), cavities, infections in the oral cavity (such as viruses, bacteria or fungi), irritation or allergies (such as due to the use of toothpaste or certain mouthwash), mechanical trauma (such as due to scratched braces, broken teeth, or food spines), hormonal fluctuations, drug side effects, malignancies, immune disorders, and so on.
As a first step, you can do the following steps to resolve your complaint:
Take paracetamol as a pain reliever
Brush your teeth more diligently in the morning, evening and night before going to bed, but not too hard
Clean between your teeth with dental floss then proceed with gargling using a salt solution
Do not smoke
Don't eat hot, hard and sticky food first
Do not like to poke between the teeth
Eat more foods that are rich in vitamin C, zinc, iron, and other balanced sources of nutrition
Do not carelessly take other medicines without a doctor's prescription
If then the complaint continues, you need to see yourself directly to the nearest dentist so that a more in-depth examination is made and the best treatment steps are decided according to the cause.
Hope this helps.