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Swollen gums (again)

Hi, I have been facing swollen gums for sometime now. Have tried mouth wash, homoeopathic medicines, but to no avail. Please help. This might be due to the weird wisdom tooth growth in the left side of my jaw. Please help
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Dr. Sumit Kumar Misra Lucknow | Dental Surgeon
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Visit a nearby dentist..You might need periodontal therapy..cleaning( scaling) of your teeth may be required..and please there is no 20-30 mins like thing during cleaning process..its a clinical procedure not a saloon..time taken during cleaning depends totally upon your oral hygiene condition..all the best..you will be fine..
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Pls go and visit your nearby dentist as he can psecribe you proper medication for your problem
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Dr. Geetin Murmu Kolkata | Cosmetic/Aesthetic Dentist
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If you are sure about the source of swelling to be the wisdom teeth try to to do warm salt water gurgle as many times possible. Visit a dentist ASAP
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Dr. Rohan Virani Mumbai | Implantologist
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You will need a scaling process which can be done painless in 20 min For more info visit www.trisadental.in
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Dr. Chethan R S Bangalore | General Physician
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Hi..., Brush your teeth after you eat. Keep a toothbrush at work to use after eating. Brush using a fluoride-containing toothpaste at least twice a day, especially after meals... Floss at least once a day. Proper flossing removes food particles and plaque from between your teeth, helping to control gums bleeding.. Regularly get a new toothbrush. Change your toothbrush when it becomes frayed, about every three to four months, and choose a soft-bristled toothbrush. Schedule regular dental checkups. See your dentist on a regular basis — generally once or twice a year — to have your teeth or dentures examined and cleaned.
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