Red blood on the gums (next to gold teeth)
Q: I’m a woman in my early 20s. Three weeks ago, I squeezed it because my gums got pus. I squeezed it a few days later because I got pus again.
I smoke a pack of cigarettes a day and drink four times a week. I have pus in my gums right next to my teeth with gold teeth covered, what should I do?
A: You need to take an X-ray to see exactly what’s going on, but it appears to be chronically inflamed gums. Usually, it’s okay, but when your body is tired or stressed, pus comes out. In this case, gum treatment will resolve the problem.
Otherwise, there is a possibility of inflammation in the roots of gold teeth.
At this time, after removing the gold tooth, it can be done in combination with neurological treatment and gum treatment. I need to see the dentist and get treatment as soon as possible.