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Incredibly painful, swollen gums right at the back end of the molars. How to stop it?

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Dr. Franklyn Farrell
Occupational Medicine

In brief: Gingivitis

This could represent an infection of your gums, or gingivitis.
If that is what you have, you may need antibiotics, in addition to continuing to brush your teeth regularly, starting to floss, and adding the use of a good antiseptic mouthwash like listerine may help. Go and see your dentist for an evaluation asap.

In brief: Gingivitis

This could represent an infection of your gums, or gingivitis.
If that is what you have, you may need antibiotics, in addition to continuing to brush your teeth regularly, starting to floss, and adding the use of a good antiseptic mouthwash like listerine may help. Go and see your dentist for an evaluation asap.
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