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Swollen and pain in gums
Gums around my right wisdom tooth started swelling and it hurts. But not painful enough to visit a dentist. I've tried rinsing my mouth with warm salt water. Please suggest other home remedies and what could be the cause of this.
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Hi, you should visit a dentist because some or the other day you have to. You are complicating your problem. Better get it cured because it might lead to some serious complications. Best of luck.
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Hi.. Its a most common problem associated with wisdom tooth eruption. You can apply gel on the affected gum area . Either pansoral gel or dologel 6-7 times daily.. Regards
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Firstly u should visit a dentist as no problem is small as your health is concerned For time being u can apply any analgesic gel like orahelp in that area
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The possible cause for your problem could be an erupting wisdom tooth, it is a common problem where there is lack of space for the wisdom tooth to come out. As regards your pain not enough to visit a dentist, the old adage of prevention being better than cure should be kept in mind.
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There is no home remedies for dental problems... If ur Not interested to visit dentist then take 1or 2 analgesic nd continue with salty warm water rinsing 3-4 times a day....
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