There Are Fleshy Lumps On The Cavities?
Good afternoon, my teeth are cavities and they have grown like flesh but they have broken, several times I wanted to pull out my teeth but the doctor said that they could not be removed before curettage, is that true? And now my jaw is like a nyut
Cavities should be treated so as not to cause further problems. One of the problems that can occur with cavities is the growth of a flesh-like lump on the cavity. These flesh-like growths can be caused by repeated infections, pulp polyps, gingival polyps, and gingival hyperplasia.
To ascertain the cause, it is necessary to do a direct examination by the dentist first. The dentist will perform anamnesis, examination of the teeth and mouth, and if necessary supporting examinations with biopsy and X-rays. Then the dentist can provide proper treatment, treatment can be with drugs to reduce pain and treat infection, removal of lumps such as meat (maybe this is what is meant by curettage), and treatment of cavities. Cavities can be handled with fillings, root canal treatments, and tooth extraction if necessary.
For now, you should check with the dentist again so that further tests can be done and you can be given the right treatment. If there is still infection or pain, the dentist usually doesn't pull the tooth first. The dentist will provide initial treatment and later after the new control is decided whether it needs to be removed or can other measures be taken first to resolve your complaint.
In the meantime you can do the following tips:
Gargle with warm salt water
Drink a lot of water
Gargle after eating
Avoid consuming hard, sweet, and sticky foods
Brush your teeth twice a day in the morning and at night before bed
Do not pry or puncture the lump in the tooth
Hope it can help you,