The Growth Of Flesh On Cavities And Painful Teeth?
Good evening I want to ask why my cavities in my teeth grow like flesh and it makes my cavities hurt, love you
Cavities are a problem in the teeth that should be treated so as not to cause further complications. Leaving cavities can increase the risk of infection which in turn can cause the condition for the growth of flesh from inside the cavity, such as the complaint you convey.
Meat in cavities can be the result of infectious processes, pulp polyps, gingival polyps, and gingival hyperplasia. To confirm your condition, further examination by a dentist is required.
Therefore, I recommend that you go to the dentist directly so that further tests can be done to find out the cause of the growth of the meat. Then the dentist will provide the right treatment for you. Treatment that may be given by the dentist is with drugs, surgical removal of "flesh", and biopsy if necessary to rule out the possibility of malignancy. The type of handling will certainly be adjusted to your condition.
While waiting to see the dentist, you should keep your teeth and mouth healthy with a toothbrush at least 2x a day, gargle after eating, avoid sticky and too sweet foods, drink lots of water, and don't pry the growing meat.
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y