Chronic periodontitis Dental inflammation resulting in gum pain
Q: I’m a woman in her early 20s who is currently in college. I have a lot of cavities. I’m afraid to go to the dentist. One day, I suddenly had a pain in my gums. My cheeks were swollen. I took a rest at home for two days and put on ice packs, so the swelling went down and the pain went away. I was living a normal life again, and now I have another gumache again. My cheeks are swollen, too. It’s been about two days since I had symptoms and I didn’t get ice packs. Does your cheeks swell when your gums hurt? Don’t tell me it’s mouth cancer. I have a few punctured teeth, but there’s a lump between them. I smoke for a long time and rarely drink 비아그라 판매
A: I need to see the dentist as soon as soon as possible. There is no need to suspect mouth cancer just by swelling of the cheeks. It is likely to be gum pain due to chronic periodontitis and dimensional inflammation.
Usually, it’s okay, but when you’re stressed or tired, the pain comes back. The ice pack won’t solve it, so go to the dentist quickly.