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Gum Blister After Trauma
Will my gums still swell some after 15 extractions. Procedure was tuesday. Some pretty bad down to gum lot's of trauma. Still some oozing. Normal?
Sounds normal: What you describe, (although without seeing it in person can't give you 100% certainty), sounds normal. Can ooze slightly for a week or more and swelling and soreness can last for weeks. Have you own dentist monitor healing progress. Post operative visits should be part of aftercare at no charge. Feel better soon. ...Read more
After I had my teeth cleaned I have nightly pain in an area in my mouth.I had no trauma to that side and my gums don't appear to be swollen. Why pain?
Transitory condition: Very common and transitory condition. Most people do not have any discomfort during dental cleanings, but some experience tooth pain or gums pain afterward. Take some over the counter painkiller to mange the discomfort. In some cases it could indicate a cavity or an irritated or inflamed nerve. If pain persist more then 48 hours, see your dentist for re-evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If the gum on a child breaks off from trauma!it is on the front tooth will it grow back. he is 7 years old?
Very likely!: If you have any of the disorders commonly referred to as tmj, or temporomandibular disorders, you should not chew gum. Chewing gum causes muscle activation and sometimes spasm, and is not good for your tmj. Of course, if you don't have tmj, you can chew gum to your heart's content. But if you have jaw pain or trouble open or closing your mouth, or popping or clicking of your jaw joints, avoid gum. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Splint and suture: If the gums are cut, they may need a few sutures, if the tooth is loose, it must be placed back in proper position and stabilized there w a splint. This will also allow the surrounding bone to heal if there is an alveolar fracture. In addition, a dentist needs to monitor the status of the pulp inthe affected tooth, perhaps a root canal will be needed. Other teeth in the area as well as opposing th. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it possible or common for imperfect bites cause trauma to the gums when there is no mobility in the teeth?
Usually it does not: cause any major traumaGet a more detailed answer ›
Risks of gum injuries in the periodontal pockets. Apart from trauma, if the periodontal pocket is peeling off what could cause this?
I have developed a small blister like lump on my shoulder over past weeks.Hard, clear & no fluid,no trauma or recent sunburn. What could this be?
I have developed a bruise on my gum above my top front tooth just to the right of it. There's been no trauma. I can't recall anything I've done today that would have caused it, It just appeared. (?) I use a Sonicare tooth brush. I smoke. I 40 years of ag
My gums are receeding, I have trauma, front tooth grinding, my molars are shifting inwards, I have clenching and grindingteeth, soreness in mouth area, biting cheek, and trouble chewing. What should I do?
Major problems: The health of the TMJ can affect one's entire health and immune system. The teeth, muscles and the jaw joints function as a triad to insure proper chewing, speaking, and other movements that we take for granted, when you have chronic TMJ dysfunction (tmd) the symptoms can develop into headaches, facial and ear pain, and facial discomfort. You may need meds, pt or mouthpiece or all. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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