Why Do The Lower Cheeks Ache And The Teeth Feel Like They’re Coming Off?
In the morning, I am 18 years old jeremy, at night I suddenly experience pain in the gums after dinner, the meal is not that hard “even though, only the fish meatballs and small boiled chicken meat “, I try to slide “to the tongue, my teeth don’t shake I have tried to shake “in using fingers too, but placed a little on the lower cheek feels a bit of the source of the gums on the gums … the feeling of shaking is like our teeth shake and immediately want to come off but don’t shake the problem, why? How to handle it? Thank you for your attention
Good morning Jeje2910, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The causes of pain in the gums can vary, such as:
Inflammation of the gums due to infection by bacteria (gingivitis) Cavities Tooth trauma (impact) on the gums Certain vitamin deficiencies such as vitamin B or C deficiency Inflammation of the tooth root and other causes.
To find out the cause, you should check with your dentist to check whether the complaint is caused by a tooth disorder or another condition. Further treatment depends on the underlying cause of your complaint.
While this is at home, you can try doing:
Not pressing the gums that are painful / swollen Keep your mouth clean like keeping your teeth brushing regularly If the pain is very disturbing it can be helped by taking paracetamol according to the dosage of the package, it is not advisable to take any antibiotics without the doctor's advice Reduce eating too hard May help .