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Swollen Gums No Bleeding
Infection: Most probably cause of symptoms you describe is gum infection, Periodontal Disease. Very small chance that it could be caused or exacerbated by other problems such as diabetes, leukemia, etc. You need hands-on treatment immediately. Please see a General Dentist or preferably a gum specialist, a Periodontist, for appropriate diagnosis and care. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Suddenly, severely swollen & bleeding gums with extremely swollen and painful lymph nodes. No pre-existing gingivitis or plaque accumulation. 4 days.
White pinkish skintag on soft pallet of mouth no pain no sore throat no bleeding could it be cancer?
Fibroma: This is likely a fibroma. Have your doctor check it if it is worrying you. If it is not changing in size or growing it is likely nothing to worry about. This can be easily removed in the office. If you are a smoker, drinker, or chewer of tobacco, it is more worrisome and should be checked immediately this week. Dr jesus medina runs the ENT program at the univ of ok there. You can see him. ...Read more
Red tonsils red gums but no pain no fever nothing had it for a while. Dentist check had gingivitis. Taking peridex (chlorhexidine gluconate). What's goin on?
Unrelated: Gingivitis is inflammation in the gum caused by dental related bacteria. Peridex (chlorhexidine gluconate) will decrease bacteria but nothing can completely reverse gingivitis except good oral hygiene, so floss and brush and if you had a good cleaning it should go away. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Infected gums: May be from impacted food debris, such as a popcorn husk. Could be infected gums from not cleaning between teeth with floss, WaterPik, etc. Gum disease is insidious, usually painless until extremely advanced. Please see your Dentist immediately. Bleeding gums are not normal. Referral to a Periodontist, a gum/bone specialist, may be in order. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
You need: To see a doctor for blood work asap..Please follow up with me ...Read more
See your dentist: It is common with braces to see the gums get swollen and infected. Your dentist also may prescribe an antimicrobial mouth rinse or corticosteroid ointment to control the pain and irritation. Take especially good care of your teeth and your gums during orthodontic treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dry mouth white tongue swollen tonsils no swollen glands & no fever tho. Extremely tired.. Allergies?Or could it be strep?
Saw dds, he says it's fine. I have pain, teeth are tender, bleeding gums (not red), facial bones hurt! toothpaste, spices burns my tongue. Help?
Obtain a second: Opinion, but clearly not "fine".Get a more detailed answer ›
Gum in between teeth has small bright red streaks. Very painful whiteish spot under gum skin a bit below red streaks.Gum not bleeding when flossed.
No fever. Facial bone pain, headache. Bad taste. Tender teeth and gums, bleeds when brushing. No redness. Feel pressure in cheeckbones turn head.
Purple marks on inside of anus and swollen right tonsil with bleeding. No fever, body aches, or sore throat. Don't know if lymph nodes are swelling?
Need more info: And you need to be examined by a professional. See your pcp now. ...Read more
My gums are sore also the tip of my tongue and the gums appear to be red.. There is no bleeding when i brush my teeth and no ulcers or cold sore. ?
Not good: Bleeding=inflammation. Question is, why? Incorrect flossing/brushing? Cavities? Calculus deposits? Cavities near gumline? Periodontal disease? As you can see, there are a number of possibilities, and that's why you need to be examined by a local dentist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Brushed too hard?: Did you have a spot or sore on this area BEFORE you brushed it? If not, you may have scraped it with your toothbrush, bitten it by accident and don't recall, or have a sore developing. You can treat it with hydrogen peroxide to keep it clean and avoid infection. Try not to each "sharp" foods like chips there, and all it to heal. If it doesn't heal, see Dr. or dentist. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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