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My lower front gums are swollen and spongy. And now theres little discomfort too. Can you please suggest me what to do.
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You are suffering from gingivitis,start applying metrogyl DG gel on the gums twice daily after meals with rinses with a clohex plus mouthwash,and then visit a dentist to get scaling and curettage done.
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It’s a symptom of gingivitis ( gum disease). You should consult a dentist and go for scaling and oral prophylaxis. All your swollen gums and related problem will resolve.
Next Steps
A visit to a dentist for the scaling procedure.
Health Tips
Take good care of your oral health and visit your dentist every six months.
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Swollen and spongy gums indicate gum infection. For temporary relief, you can do warm and saline water rinses 3-4 times a day.
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Visit a good specialist (PERIODONTIST)
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First visit a dentist and do general check up. This is most probably due to plaque and tartar deposition. Need scaling ( cleaning) of teeth which not very painful procedure. So get it done as early you can.
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This is due to deposited on teeth. Need scalling (cleaning) of teeth by dentist.
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Take appointment
Health Tips
Use mouthwash for few days
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