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Gum inflamation.
Taken Moxp and pain killer for eight days. There was some relief even though not fully. Pain has again started within a months time.
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Hello, Sir,you need to visit a periodontist ASAP.Do not take over the counter medicines from the chemist.Tablets are only to give you symptomatic relief and to contain the infection and not the solution to the problem.you need to get the treatment done for complete relief.Regards,Dr Sumanmakam,Dental arts,jayanagar,Bangalore
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hello, you can do warm salt water rinses as home remedy. but that will give you only temporary relief from pain. you need to visit a dentist and get it checked. get an x-ray done. it is better to see the case clinically for a proper treatment plan.
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Hello sir, There's no point in swallowing pain killers when the actual problem is not being solved and also you cannot take antibiotics and painkillers so long and that too without a doctor prescription... I am advising you this because the bacteria causing the infection can become resistant and will become difficult to treat.. pls have a read on antibiotic abuse..
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If the pain has started again its better to consult the dentist and for a permanant solution.
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visit the dentist for an X-ray
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Do not bite anything hard on that particular side of the mouth
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Hello sir. The paunkillers n antibiotics will only reduce the paun n infection but it does not eliminate causative factor. Its like you taking painkillers for a thorn prick n complaining of pain inspite of being on painkillers. Visit your dentist n get the treatment suggestion from doctor n follow accordingly. Take care. Regards Dr chaitra
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visit your nearby dentist
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get your regular dental check ups done once in 6 months
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