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Toothbrush hit gum above teeth.
While brushing teeth, toothbrush hit the gum accidently. The gum turned greyish black and there is the white liquid formed in the gum. Please advise an ointment or cream to be applied.
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Hello, You can apply, rexidine m forte gel. If there is pus discharge or swelling its better to visit a dentist and get the pus removed. Do warm saline gargle.
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Hi Always use soft bristled tooth brush.  While you brushing at the back tooth it should be rotational movement at 45 degree angulation . Don't do it in front and back strokes at back teeth. Greyish colour of your gums might be a pigmentation . Take hexigel and apply for twice daily if you have any discharge or gum pain..
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You can use hexigel or dologel on the affected area
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Hi ..apply gum paint on the affected area ,leave it 10 minutes and spit out. Don't use gum paint for longer duration as prolonged usage may stain your teeth. You can also massage the affected area with your finger. Liquid suggests infection so you should visit a dentist for proper examination and treatment
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