I’m afraid to brush my teeth after gum treatment
Q: I’m a woman in my early 30s. I have a sore tooth after gum treatment at the dentist’s It’s hard to brush my teeth. I’m afraid to brush my teeth. I can’t even use an electric toothbrush and wipe it lightly.
I had gum treatment a month after I started scaling. Scaling and gum therapy were similar or identical in many ways, and I heard that they did sofas in the name of gum therapy, but I don’t know if they were going to work or not.
I’ve never done this before in my entire life while I’ve had a scalping gum treatment.
I wonder if it’s too deep, if it’s too damaged or too thin or damaged. I’ve heard before that it can get cold if you get older or your gums go up a little bit, but I’m worried that it’s the first time that I can’t brush my teeth.
A: If you have an inflammation of your gums, you’ll be scaling first, and a week later, you’ll be doing a flushing sofa. Then the inflammations in the gums are somewhat eliminated, so the gum disease is not worse. Many people misunderstand that if you treat it at this time, it will go back to normal. It’s not going back to normal, it’s going to get worse. In this process, severe inflammation causes side effects such as pain and gum roots as swelling decreases and recovers. This naturally happens during the treatment process, and most people don’t know this process. I think it got worse because of gum treatment 비아그라 파는곳
There may be a bit of a buzz in the recovery process, which is normal, so you don’t have to worry too much. If this process lasts for more than three weeks, it will be better if you treat the root of the gum with resin or laser treatment.
It’s not because of gum treatment, but because of the gum swelling, it didn’t show.