Treatment For Swollen Gum Pain In Children?
My child has swollen gums. At first, my cavities started out. I gave amoxilin and ibuprofen for the mouth, I gave it a mouth rinse with salt water, the question was, was my action correct? max before
Swollen gums can be caused due to various causes. Some of the causes that can cause swollen gums include:
dental infection in cavities
damage to the blood vessels of the mouth area
One treatment you can do at home is to rinse your mouth with salt water. You have done this right. But using antibiotics carelessly is not recommended, because not all swollen gums require antibiotics. Using antibiotics carelessly can worsen the condition of your child, and can lead to germ resistance.
Therefore, it is recommended that you immediately check your child directly to the dentist, so that the doctor can check the condition of your child directly first. thus later the doctor can provide the right therapy for your child, and the doctor can decide whether antibiotics are continued or not.
Here's an article that you can read about swollen gums
may be useful. thank you