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Not sure what the problem is, but a couple of weeks ago i noticed that when i wake up, my lower cheek where it meets the gums on the left side is sore. Sometimes the top area is sore too. I thought i was biting it in my sleep, but the area is way below where i can bite. also, my gums are a bit red and there is a white spot right where it meets the tooth. I brush, floss, and use mouth wash twice a day. There is no food stuck there.
I have a cut right above on of my front teeth on my gums. It looks like it might be a canker sore but it is really sensitive. What could it be?
I was in brushing my teeth about 1/2 hour ago, and noticed a bump on my upper gums, right above my Right Canine. I had noticed my gums around my canine getting sore yesterdat, but only when pushed or poked...I do not have any "teeth pain". And, Ive noticed this soreness comes and go every so often, but this is the first time I've noticed a bump. I do not have Dental insurance, or money to go see one...again...for that matter. Apprx.
Problem is, ever since I started the antibiotics my mouth has become more and more some (not centeralized anywhere, just very general spread out pain) and now I have what looks like small canker sores around my gums and on the border of my teeth and my gums. I don't think its an infected tooth or anything becuase I wasn't having any issues before the sinus infection/antibiotics and the pain is spread all throughout my mouth.
Do your gums actually hurt, or are they sore? Applying too much pressure with any type of toothbrush can irritate your gums. The cheap spin brushes are harsh, stick with medium to soft bristles, and don't scrub your teeth, just brush them gently. You don't have gingivitis or your gums would bleed. I just think you've been too aggressive in your brushing. Hope this helps.
Hello, thanks so much for your reply, well its hard to say if it was sensative because my gums all on that side at the top were so sore and sensative, that I didnt notice pain in one specific spot, since I saw him and started doing what he said, the pain in the rest of my gums has subsided significantly and now its only localized at that one tooth ....
aww poor kitty, we all know what tooth decay feels like, she must have a very sore mouth!!! Hon the toothpaste and rinse would be great on healthy teeth as a preventative but will do NOTHING for teeth after they've begun to deteriorate. untreated gingivitis can lead to heart problems not to mention the pain..... IMO I would make an appointment to have her teeth cleaned, while under the anesthetic they can also do the xrays also any extractions as required.
Saw my physician regarding my sore tongue. He said to rinse with warm water and salt and use a tongue scraper(bacteria) instead of brushing with toothbrush ,which I have been doing. He said it was most likely caused by too much vigorous brushing of the tongue and all the "whitening" chemicals I had been using that made my tongue sensitive. I stay away from acidic foods. I had a complete series of blood work done and there was no medical reason for it.
Did the dentist say the gum looked healthy or not? Flossing in between the teeth to the gum line will help. Rinse your mouth with salty water after washing your teeth. Or use an antibacterial mouth wash. For bruxism (grinding of teeth), you can get a gum shield to protect your teeth from being worn away from grinding when you sleep. The dentist usually makes it for you to fit over your bottom teeth.
I have sensitive teeth and gums (some recession on gums). I take a medication that gives me dry mouth but it is a necessary med. Dr. said to chew gum to help the dry mouth. Conventional gums hurt my sensitive teeth and gums, anyone know of a gum that is ok for sensitive teeth? Thank you kindly.
I had my permanent crown placed 10 days ago. . This was a tooth that had deep decay beneath an old filling. She said it was close to the root, but didn't do a root canal at this time. I went to have the bite adjusted twice since it was too high, and now the bite seems okay... it's slightly painful if I bite down hard though. But for the past few days the inside of my mouth - cheeks, lips, back of throat - have felt puffy and irritated. Certain foods even burn the back of my throat.
Within days, my sores went away. My tongue is still sore (kinda like freezer burnt) but I can eat again! I drink the juice for my red blood count and hemo. It seems to be working because for the last 2 months, my count is going back up, very slowly though. But its not dropping anymore. I am in week 25 outta 48. I am starting to feel human again! And for those who know me.....my 24 week pcr came back the same as my 12 week.....undetectable!!!!
I had my teeth cleaned 10 days ago and ever since I walked out of the dentist office my gums and inside of my mouth are killing me. i expected it to go away after a few hours or a day but it's not letting up. I went back to the dentist after 1 week and she said she can't see a problem, that my gums are "picture perfect". I tried a mouth rinse today that is supposed to be for dry mouth but it doesn't help.
the left side of nose nose is red and swollen. yesterday it was just sore to the touch, today is it just plain sore, sort of a dull throb. From what i can tell it is confined strictly to the outside of nose, not in the nostril. I called my Dr and he's on vacation til 2nd week of Aug.
I don't have experience with cold sores during tx (although my gums were as sore as heck). Here's a thread that might help - it has different opinions about what to do. Magnum seemed to get a lot of cold sores: http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Hepatitis-C/Really-Worried-At-Week-58-Of-72/show/1076941 If it were me, I'd try Spectda's recommendation first (water with a bit of vinegar) and only if it didn't work, look into something like Zovirax cream. Maybe Magnum will weigh in.
I had a tooth pulled on monday, and by Thursday had to return to have a bone shaved done and my gums stitched up. Now my jaw and gums are swollen and sore. I rinse my mouth out with warm salt water but nothing seems to help. I even tried sleeping with a tea bag to it. HELP!!!
About a year and a half ago I used a denture soak to clean my partial and I failed to rinse it off prior to putting it back into my mouth. The result of this was that I "burned" the roof of my mouth. An "imprint" of the outline of the partial was actually quite visable on the roof of my mouth as well as the gums on both sides of the partial. About a month after that incident I suddenely started to bleed right in the center of my mouth directly under the partial.
It is normal to experience some hot, cold, and pressure sensitivity after crown placement. Your gums may be sore for several days. It is suggested to rinse your mouth three times a day with warm salt to reduce pain and swelling. It is best to avoid eating sticky foods like gum, hard foods for few days. Avoid chewing from the side where crowns were placed. If you have persistent pain consult your dentist. I hope it helps. Best luck and regards!
I can kind of see that by the tooth is black or dry blood possibly? My gums are REALLY tender. I've been using proxyol (spelling?) mouth rinse and that seems to help temp. and also been using origel. What should I do and is the gums hurting normal and how long will they hurt for?
Muscle pains, migraines, coughing, sore throat etc. I also had a dentist appointment on the third day of that week, Tuesday. They did their job, and cleaned my teeth blahblah, but my gums were really pooofed up? I also have braces .. and when they were cleaning, it was way bloody. Ever since, my gums has been hurting like hell. On that same day, I also went to the doctor, I thought I had the Swine Flu, I was really afraid so I wanted my mom to take me there and check me out.
This week, I went to see my oral surgeon because my gums on the abutment teeth, where my temporary bridge is, are red and inflamed. When he removed my temporary bridge, the tooth bled a lot. I asked him if the cut is open and he said it is not but he said he doesn't like the way my gums looked. He said it would be better to remove the bridge to let the gums heal.
I brush 3 times a day and also floss 2-3 times per day. I have receding gums and at a tooth the gum is very sore hurts when I gently brush and swollen. I use Listerine 2 times a day. I take meds and I keep dry mouth. Sometimes I will get mouth ulcers. Over a month ago I started wearing a removable partial denture. The denture seems to fit fine I have been to the dentist for adjustments. He knows about the tooth but says that he thinks everythings ok I just have a sensitive mouth. What can I do??
I had 5 teeth out nearly a week ago and I rinse my mouth 5 times a day with salt water and the swelling doesn't seem to be going down. I am getting really bad migraines too, and the pain in my mouth is really sore and feels like ulcers. What can I do?
It doesn't hurt and I don't have a fever. My gums are a little inflamed. I haven't done anything but kiss. I'm worried because it's still there. Could it be herpes?
Use warm salt water instead, try not to brush the gum area. I always rinse my mouth with peroxide, it can be used as an oral rinse for mouth irritations and is excellent. I truly prefer this over the warm salt water. Hope this is some help.
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