The Cause Of Throbbing Pain In The Gums That Does Not Go Away Even Though It Has Been Treated?
Hello, I want to ask the gums on my front throbbing, feels moving and aching when pressing or chewing food even though my gums are not swollen and my teeth are not cavities … I have gone to the dentist said the doctor said my inflammation of my teeth is still good and not cavities and teeth I was given a kind of gel and felt comfortable and was also given medicine. My medicine was taken and I finished it, but now the medicine has run out my teeth are still throbbing. As follows, it’s been 2 weeks I have relapsed, I’m afraid my teeth will be dated as follows: 2 front teeth are throbbing. Please help, doc. Thanks
Hello Bryn, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself that Dr. Rio will answer your question.
Based on the complaint you mentioned, it's still not specific enough to lead to a diagnosis of disease. But from the complaint, it can also lead to the diagnosis of gum inflammation. If you have already gone to the dentist for treatment, and have done a direct examination of your teeth, then maybe you have gum inflammation.
Inflammation of the gums that have not fully healed, can cause complaints continuously and can even get worse. At this time, what you can do is:
Maintain clean teeth and mouth by regularly brushing your teeth after every meal, and use dental floss / toothpicks to clean between your teeth. Use an oral antiseptic liquid. Avoid drinks / food that are too cold or too hot. Avoid smoking. Avoid biting or eating using diseased teeth. Consumption of pain medication sold freely in pharmacies to temporarily relieve pain. Consult your dentist immediately to have a check on your teeth directly and get treatment according to the disease. That's all the answers I can give. Thank you :)