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Causes Of Burning Gums
My child of 3 years is having sour in the mouth and gums with feverish condition. He complains of burning pains. What. Might cause this?
Can burning your gums with hot water cause small blisters on the gum? What is a good remedy and how long do they last?
See a dentist: There are many causes for this. Please have her see a dentist who can diagnose the problem and suggest solutions. We would need a complete medical and dental history, along with a complete and thorough clinical examination and x-rays in order to try to establish the cause of her pain. ...Read more
Extraction ?: Did you have a tooth extracted? Your post did not specify. If you had a tooth extracted and you do not feel that it is healing properly, call your surgeon for a follow-up appt. ...Read more
My bleaching trays my dentist gave me are burning my gums and making them white and bleed.. Why does this happen?
Change bleaching gel: Your bleaching gel concentration of carbamyl or hydrogen peroxide may be too strong. Bleaching gel came in several concentration. Step down or adjusting the concentration to prevent tissue burn (white), gum injury and bleeding, and tooth sensivity. If it is till occur, changing the brand of bleaching gel (opalescense recommended). ...Read more
I have swelling of the lower left gum, burning sensation. Hurts when swollowing and can't open jaw fully. Strange taste, also can't taste stuff as well?
See your dentist : At this point, i can not tell you what your problem is but I do strongly suggest that you see your dentist as soon as possible. Since you have swelling and difficulty opening your jaw, this should be diagnosed and treated immediately to prevent complications. It may or may not be a dental problem but without seeing you, it can not be diagnosed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long?: If these problems just started a couple of days ago, that may be just from a viral infection if a drug reaction has been ruled out. On the other hand, if this is caused by a drug recently, you need to see a doctor ASAP. There are many causes for itching and thus a dermatology consult may be warranted if the problem has persisted for more than 2 weeks or is getting worse. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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