The Growth Of The Lumps Extends In The Oral Cavity That Resembles Teeth And Pierces Into The Cheeks Of A 7 Year Old?
my 7 year old son’s milk molars were seized to resemble teeth but they were elongated and pierced into the cheeks
Thank you for the question.
Milk graham teeth (molar 1 and 2) children usually appear first in the age range 12 to 24 months. Furthermore, this graham tooth will be replaced by adult graham teeth at the age of 9 to 14 years.
Elongated mass growth in the oral cavity that resembles teeth and pierced into the cheeks, in addition to teeth graham, may also arise due to other reasons, such as polyps, mucocele, tooth abscess, infection in the oral cavity, and so on. Mass that comes from a tooth is usually hard, and if it stabs, it can hurt your child's cheeks and cause them pain, swelling, and redness.
The good, check your child directly to the dentist so that it can be evaluated, whether the condition is caused by teeth or if there are other causes. Depending on the cause, the treatment that the doctor will give later can be different, it can be given enough medicine, or maybe it is also necessary to do tooth extraction in certain conditions.
In the meantime, what should be done is to focus on training children to be able to maintain good oral hygiene and teeth. Also remind the child to rinse with salt solution, especially if there is inflammation that is quite disturbing in the cheek area due to toothpicks.
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