The Curve Between The Gum And Swollen Cheeks?
Greetings Dr. , I am 28 years old. What I want to ask, every time I chew food on the left, it hurts and then feels like a swollen lower tooth and I feel it turns out to be in the curve between the gums and cheeks. swollen doctor? What do you do doctor? Is it dangerous or not? Please enlighten me
Hello Deviss, Thank you for the question.
Have you checked your dentist for a dental examination directly? Toothache can be caused by various health conditions which can only be ascertained by a dental examination. The following are some of the causes of toothache:
pulpitis abscesses inflammation of the gums periodontitis gums cracked / broken sinusitis and other lumps in the oral cavity that you convey can be caused by:
mucocele or mucosal cyst abscess oral lichen planus epulis gums You should consult with the dentist directly because the dentist needs to do a direct examination of your teeth to determine the cause. The doctor may also need to do further tests such as dental x-rays. If you already know the cause, the new dentist can determine the appropriate treatment for you. Please keep your teeth healthy by brushing your teeth regularly with fluoride-containing toothpaste, cleaning teeth with dental floss, and using an antiseptic mouthwash if necessary. You are also advised to avoid hard foods if you feel pain when chewing. If your toothache worsens, you can take paracetamol or other pain relievers.
I hope this helps.