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Is it ok if gums swollen after gingivectomy?
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Dr. Michael Questell
Family Medicine
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In brief: Swollen gums
They should be swollen right after a gingivectomy as the tissues have been surgically insulted.
The oral surgeon should have given you information on how much and how long a time for swelling would be normal.

In brief: Swollen gums
They should be swollen right after a gingivectomy as the tissues have been surgically insulted.
The oral surgeon should have given you information on how much and how long a time for swelling would be normal.
Dr. Michael Questell
Dr. Michael Questell
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Dr. Victor Zeines
Dentistry
In brief: Yes
If the surgery was just done it is not uncommon for swelling to be present get the homeopathic remedy trameel liquid and take 6 drops under tongue 4x/day for the next two days to help reduce the swelling.

In brief: Yes
If the surgery was just done it is not uncommon for swelling to be present get the homeopathic remedy trameel liquid and take 6 drops under tongue 4x/day for the next two days to help reduce the swelling.
Dr. Victor Zeines
Dr. Victor Zeines
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