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Gum recession and abscess on front teeth, what to do?

7 doctors weighed in
2 doctors agree

In brief: Treatment

You need to be treated for the infection.
It may be caused by periodontal disease, it may be from a non-vital nerve.. Can't tell over the internet. Please make an appointment with a local dentist.

In brief: Treatment

You need to be treated for the infection.
It may be caused by periodontal disease, it may be from a non-vital nerve.. Can't tell over the internet. Please make an appointment with a local dentist.
Dr. Theodore Davantzis
Dr. Theodore Davantzis
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Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management
1 doctor agrees

In brief: See a Dentist ASAP

Unlike some other types of infection, a dental/gum abscess will not get better on its own.
See your dentist for definitive treatment. Good luck.

In brief: See a Dentist ASAP

Unlike some other types of infection, a dental/gum abscess will not get better on its own.
See your dentist for definitive treatment. Good luck.
Dr. Paul Grin
Dr. Paul Grin
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Dr. Joel Doyon
Dentistry - Cosmetic
1 doctor agrees

In brief: See dentist

You should see a dentist to have a comprehensive oral evaluation to get a diagnosis, then a treatment plan is developed to determine what can be done.
This should be presented or discussed with you, allowing you to ask any questions. Possible referrals for periodontal treatment.

In brief: See dentist

You should see a dentist to have a comprehensive oral evaluation to get a diagnosis, then a treatment plan is developed to determine what can be done.
This should be presented or discussed with you, allowing you to ask any questions. Possible referrals for periodontal treatment.
Dr. Joel Doyon
Dr. Joel Doyon
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