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Gum swelling
Swollen gums covering my teeth,bleeding while brushing,misplaced teeth...please advice What is the treatment
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Swollen gums covering teeth might need minor surgical intervention . Details on http://aroradentistindelhi.in/gum-treatment.html
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Get an oral check up done followed by a full mouth scaling
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Gum swelling can be due to various reasons... Mostly it is due to poor oral hygiene, but it can be due to any long term medication you might be taking. I see that you have been taking high pressure tablets. It might have caused from its side effect too. Consult your nearby dentist to get a proper diagnosis and if needed a complete oral prophylaxis done. Maintaining a good oral hygiene is very important or symptoms may relapse. Brush twice daily and use mouthwash as recomended by your dentist. Dont panic. You will get well soon.
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get a blood profile test done.
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Hi Sir,        Its seemingly gum inflammation..please get yourself clinically examined by a gum specialist / periodontist..mostly deep cleaning of gums will help.
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take care of your oral hygeine really well..use mouthwashes regularly
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see a periodontist
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U might need complete oral prophylaxis and other supportive treatment options
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Please visit nearby dentist
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HELLO IT WILL BE BEST SUGGESTED ON PROPER CLINICAL EXAMINATION AS OF NOW DO WARM SALINE RINSES 4 TIMES A DAY........ U MIGHT HAVE TO GO FOR PROFESSIONAL CLEANING OF TEETH. GET YOUR DENTAL CHECK UP DONE IMMEDIATELY. DONOT IGNORE THE CONDITION JUST BECAUSE THERE IS NO PAIN. REGARDS TEAM TDC
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It's possible you haven't had professional cleaning done in a long time, leading to excessive deposits and gum swelling. After a clinical examination a thorough cleaning may help resolve your problem.
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Visit a dentist as soon as possible
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