Viscous Blood From The Gums On Cavities
Hello, I want to ask why my teeth are perforated, right in the middle there are gums and it’s been like that and it’s been out for two days and it’s thick like that, why thank you
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Teeth in general have roots where in the roots have nerves, many nerves depend on the many roots in the teeth. For example graham teeth will have 3 roots which if there is interference with graham tooth pad will cause longer pain. The presence of bloody teeth in cavities is a condition of the teeth and also gum. There are several types of causes that can cause bleeding gums, including:
inflammation of the gums, or in the medical termed gingivitis caused by plaque buildup due to leftovers mixed with bacteria. Inflammation of the gums is marked by bleeding gums, swollen gums and pain, bad breath, unpleasant gums, pus, there is pus.
periodontis is an infection of the gums due to inflammation of the gums that is not treated. There are some general symptoms of periodontis, including: pain when chewing, bleeding gums and feel soft to the touch, swelling of the gums, mouth feels uncomfortable, pus comes out and there are cavities.
Based on your complaint, it is possible that your gums have an infection which needs to be treated with antibiotics immediately, because otherwise it will cause complications. Therefore, immediately consult a doctor. There are several things that can be done to prevent further periodontists from occurring, namely:
brush your teeth after each meal, before bedtime, in the morning.
use a soft toothbrush
routinely check teeth every 6 months
taking anti-pain medication if it hurts
regular consumption of antibiotics given by the doctor
May be useful. Always Healthy 😊