There Is Pus In The Tooth Extraction?
yesterday I extracted my teeth, then the cottonx was not pulled out, so I went back to the dentist to clean all the former cotton, after cleaning the pus appeared the next day, but before the cotton was removed there was pus, but already cleaned the pus, there was still pus, yah?
Hello Yunisari, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
The emergence of pus in the gums indicates an infection has occurred. This condition can be caused by several things, namely:
- Dental abscess, characterized by throbbing pain around the teeth and there is a collection of pus on the teeth / gums. Caused by a bacterial infection in the mouth.
- Infection in the tissues around the teeth.
- Poor oral hygiene
- Dental care is lacking
- and others
You can do the following at home: maintain oral hygiene, brush your teeth at least 2 times a day, avoid cigarettes and alcoholic drinks, get enough rest, avoid foods with excessive sugar content, multiply consumption of water, manage stress well, and routinely do a check up with the dentist.
If the complaint does not improve, then you should do a re-examination with your dentist.
If you experience severe pain in the teeth, severe headache, high fever, then immediately see a doctor.
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