You will need
- - gauze;
- - ice;
- - anti-inflammatory dental gel;
- - sea buckthorn oil or rose hips.
When you remove a tooth inevitably injured tissues of the gums. The heavier the operation was, the more effort must be applied to avoid complications. Immediately after the procedure, the doctor will put in place of the removed tooth with a sterile gauze swab. As tight as you can hold it — it will help to stop the bleeding. In addition, the hole needs to form a blood clot to protect the bone and the gums from infection.
Spit gauze pads in 20-30 minutes after removal of the tooth. Cheek apply ice, wrapped in a thick cloth. The cold will not only reduce the pain and reduce swelling of the gums. Keep the ice for longer than 15 minutes.
In the first days after removal of the tooth eat hot and spicy food. It will only increase the pain and can dissolve the blood clot that formed in the gum.
Keep oral hygiene — brush teeth twice a day. Try to do this carefully so as not to injure the already inflamed gums. Refrain from intense mouthwash. It can also disturb the blood clot and cause rebleeding.
From the second day after removal of the tooth, make soda baths. Prepare a weakly concentrated solution — 0,5 teaspoon of baking soda 150 ml of warm water. Enter the liquid in your mouth and hold it on the side of the removed tooth.
If the gum does not heal within three days after removal of tooth, use of anti-inflammatory dental gel "Metrogyl Denta" or "Holisal". Apply a thin layer on gauze and apply to inflamed gums. Keep it in your mouth for 15-20 minutes. Carry out the procedure three times a day. Alternatively, you can use sea buckthorn oil or rose hips.
If the treatment is not helping, and the pain, instead of fading increases, contact your dentist removes a tooth. He inspected the hole, clean it from food stuck inside, and close it with a gauze swab soaked "Methyluracil" or other antimicrobial ointment. The procedure must be repeated 3-4 times.
As an additional method often used physiotherapy. In the dental office, you will be held ultraviolet irradiation or treatment by pulse currents.
Advice 2: How to relieve swelling after tooth extraction
Tooth extraction procedure is not particularly difficult, although it sometimes requires additional incisions in the gum when it is necessary to remove unnecessary portions of bone tissue. All this may provoke some complications and discomfort after surgery. The most common problems after tooth extraction refers to edema or swelling of the cheek or the scar.
You will need
- - solution of propolis, dental gel "Metrodent";
- - furatsilin;
- - potassium permanganate;
- - common St. John's wort, oak bark, medicinal sage;
- - Planum eryngium, Salvia officinalis, herb shot the Russian.
Well, if the doctor after removal of the tooth will put you on the cheek an ice pack. So decrease pain, decrease the risk of swelling. After a couple of days and the swelling and pain should disappear.
Do not take Antibacterials alone. To choose and write them only have the doctor who removed your tooth.
Do not put after removal of the warm compresses. Thus, you worsen the condition, causing soft tissue swelling.
Take a propolis solution and a little dilute it with boiled or distilled water. Treat this solution with dental gel "Metrodent" area of tooth extraction.
If you're going pus, before visiting the doctor use mouthwash cool saline solution (warm). Rinse your mouth several times a day, usually pus comes out quickly.
In cases of severe pain, take painkillers or antipyretic drugs: tempalgin, analginum or paracetamol. Rinse some time the oral cavity and especially the wound with furatsilinom, weak solution of potassium permanganate, hlorgeksidinom.
Remember that the presence of the tumor, and pain of longer than five days, as well as the accumulation of pus in the wound – indications for immediate treatment to the doctor and started antibiotic treatment or dissection of the tumor.
Advice 3: How to treat gums during pregnancy
Problems with gums and teeth during the period of childbearing is not uncommon to have bleeding during brushing or after, the presence of inflammation, swelling and friability of the tissues, etc. mothers-to-treat diseases of the oral cavity with the help of folk medicine.
You will need
- - chamomile, Linden, cinquefoil goose, leaves of walnut, oak bark;
- - fine salt, honey;
- - aloe juice;
- - lemon juice;
- - garlic;
- gel "Metrogyl-dent".
Rinse the mouth with herbal infusions. Pick up a collection of herbs that are approved for use during pregnancy – chamomile, Linden flower infusion, a decoction of the herb cinquefoil goose, leaves of a walnut, etc. Decoction of oak bark is used for bleeding gums – mix the bark with lime-blossom (2:1) and steep in a Cup of boiling water. Rinsing your mouth with this solution need two or three times a day. From preparations to use "Rotokan" – dilute it in water (in a glass of water one teaspoon of the solution) and orosite the mouth after every meal. Rinse can stop the bleeding and reduce pain.
Strengthen your gums by rubbing different – mix of fine salt and honey (4:1) and wait until the dissolution of the granules and treat the gums with circular motions, wetting in the finger wrapped with gauze. Antiseptic has aloe Vera juice – cut a fresh leaf, crush and squeeze the juice. Lubricate the gums with lemon juice, but try to avoid its contact with the enamel of the teeth – with a cotton swab or a soft brush soaked in the juice and massage the gums two times a day. If you love garlic, then chew one small slice every day – need to chew long and hard to make a healthful juice got on the gums. Drugs for rubbing into the gums , you can use the gel "Metrogyl-dent".
Balanced diet during pregnancy will help to solve the problems with gums and teeth – food should be fortified. Eat hard vegetables and fruits (apples, pears, carrots, cucumbers, etc.), which not only saturate the body with vitamins, but also provide massage the gums. To reduce bleeding gums should regularly eat citrus fruits, because they contained phosphorus, vitamin C, potassium and calcium contribute to the healing of small wounds and strengthen the walls of small blood vessels. Fresh herbs, especially onions and parsley, strengthen the gums, so add them to dishes.
If the gum problems cause significant discomfort and home remedies do not help, then contact your dentist, who will pick up harmless drugs and will produce sanitation of the oral cavity.