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my gums are swollen, but not red. what could be the problem?

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Dr. Fady Wadie
8 years experience Dentistry
Need more info. : Swelling of the gums could occur due to certain medication use. You need to see a dentist and have a list of all your medications with you. Can be managed by simply changing the medication (with physician consult) or if severe a gingivectomy procedure could be indicated.
Answered on Oct 5, 2014

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