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Pain in the last Gum when touched
Hello doctor, I am having pain in the last gum in upper side when touched, it looks like it is having some rash, it is on both side at same place which is last tooth gum, where skin joins... kindly suggest.....
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Hello.. The condition could be because of the eruption or partially erupted 3rd molar tooth. Kindly share a photo of the concerned region for better diagnosis. Please visit a dentist for definite diagnosis and treatment. An OPG is advised to know the status of the last molar.
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Brush twice daily. Gargle after every meal. Lukewarm salt water rinse will provide relief.
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Luke warm water black salt gargle repeatedly. T. Parasafe 650, if not completely relieved. Ice pack pressure extra-orally.
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Hi. It’s most likely the eruption of 3rd molar that is causing you a problem. It could also be decayed. Consult the nearest dentist for investigation and appropriate treatment
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