Morning. I want to ask my teeth have cavities in the middle it is like the flesh grows up. Every time I gargle it bloody. the cavities of my teeth have been a while ago. What should I do? Is it dangerous?
Cavities are best treated because they can become more susceptible to infection. If an infection occurs, it can cause a lump on the gums that is like the flesh that you feel.
Apart from infection, the presence of flesh growing in the cavities that you experience can be caused by the following conditions:
Pulp polyps: soft tissue lumps that are visible in the cavities of the teeth, pink or red in color, bleed easily, open sores easily, swelling of the cheeks and mouth Gingival polyps Gingival hyperplasia Malignancy / cancer of the gums and mouth-supporting tissue. directly by the doctor. Therefore I suggest that you check with your dentist so that you can do further tests if necessary with a biopsy and X-rays to ascertain the cause of the growing flesh that you are experiencing. Furthermore, if the cause is known, the doctor can provide the right treatment for you. Handling will be adjusted to your condition both with drugs, surgery, and other dental treatment measures.
While waiting to see the doctor, you should keep your teeth and mouth healthy as follows:
Drink lots of water. Avoid foods that are too sweet, hard, and sticky. Brush your teeth twice a day in the morning and at night before going to bed. Gargle after eating. Do not pry or press on growing meat.
Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y