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How to treat weird red, sore gums that are split/broken?

How to treat weird red, sore gums that are split/broken?

Gums: Red and bleeding gums is a sign of infected gums. If your teeth are not cleaned recently, go to your dentist for regular cleaning or may you need deep cleaning. ...Read more

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Gums (Definition)

Gum are the pink soft tissue that forms a collar around our teeth, that collar acts as a gasket of sorts that protects the tooth roots and the bone that ...Read more


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What is the best way to treat sore gums?

What is the best way to treat sore gums?

Gingivitis : You may have gingivitis. This is an infection of the gums which causes swelling and bleeding gums. A dentist visit can confirm whether it is gingivitis or a more serious infection called periodontitis, an infection of the bone surrounding the teeth. When brushing, make sure to massage your gums even if they bleed and floss every day to remove the bacteria causing this infection. ...Read more

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What is the best way to treat sore gums in your mouth?

What is the best way to treat sore gums in your mouth?

B2: B2 - riboflavin will help heal mouth sores. Methionine is a Amino Acid helps heal collagen. Take at night glutamine 2gm daily will also heal the internal organs. ...Read more

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I have a canker sore on upper gum near cheek, and now have a pain at my jawline/neck on the same side. what can i do to treat the pain?

I have a canker sore on upper gum near cheek, and now have a pain at my jawline/neck on the same side. what can i do to treat the pain?

Pain: I am wondering if the pain you are experiencing is because of the pain of the canker sore. If you are not already, try one of the numbing pastes or liquid medicines that you apply directly to the sore several times a day. You can also take ibuprofen (label directions). ...Read more

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On the gums inside my mouth there is this huge bump and it's not really painful but just sore under my jaw. What could it be and how do I treat it?

On the gums inside my mouth there is this huge bump and it's not really painful but just sore under my jaw. What could it be and how do I treat it?

See dentist soon: Some swellings due to infection are not always painful. Have the swelling evaluated to see if it is associated with a problem tooth. Don't let the lack of pain lull you into believing that it will simply go away. You don't want an infection to suddenly become aggressive and cause more serious complications. ...Read more

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Mouth ulser on sore gum even teeth now after using ulcer gel, enlarged glance on same side of face. How to treat and is it serious?

Mouth ulser on sore gum even teeth now after using ulcer gel, enlarged glance on same side of  face. How to treat and is it serious?

Ulcers in mouth: There are many possible causes for mouth sores. If you have tried over the counter remedies and they haven't worked, go see a dentist to get a definitive diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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Earache, very sore throat, runny nose, chills, body feels weak, teeth/gum pain and nauseous. What can it be and what to do to treat all symptoms?

Earache, very sore throat, runny nose, chills, body feels weak, teeth/gum pain and nauseous. What can it be and what to do to treat all symptoms?

Perhaps a virus?: You listed many symptoms which are all probably related. If you see a physician, i'm confident he\she will be able to help you feel better. We can't diagnose and treat you over the internet. Wouldn't that be wonderful? ...Read more

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My gum is red, tender, and bleeding. What can I take to treat this?

My gum is red, tender, and bleeding. What can I take to treat this?

Brush, brush, brush: When the gum is red, tender, and bleeding, it is the sign of established gingivitis. Started with good oral hygiene home care with good brushing and flossing. Check with your dentist for food impaction or bone loss which may indicate periodontitis. Radiographs will be required for definitive diagnosis to identify the cause and plan for treatment. ...Read more

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Tooth root canal treated 1 month ago. No pain. Gum around this tooth feels soft n tender instead of firm. Discomfort at times. Is this normal?

Tooth root canal treated 1 month ago. No pain. Gum around this tooth feels soft n tender instead of firm.  Discomfort at times. Is this normal?

Return: Return to Dentist or Endodontic Specialist for reevaluation. Pain and swelling are not normal. Rx may be relatively simple, especially if treatment is not put off. ...Read more

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