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... Thanks so much for your reply..... The swelling has reduced dramatically, i look like myself again.... however my gum along my jaw is still swollen, the best way to describe it is it feels quite hard like lumps under my skin.... ... (4 replies)
... The pain killers have help, the abscess started point an i rubbed it with salt an it drain alot of blood an pus and the swelling has gone down some. However my gum along my jaw still feels hard an im not sure why this is. ... (4 replies)
... appt with my dentist and I was in great pain but I guess I expected that considering my age and the surgery involved. A few days later I developed a marble sized abscess on my lower left rear gum, below the last molar. Despite repeated please with my dentists office, the earliest they said they could see me was three weeks later. ... (8 replies)

... e side as the ache has been enlarged and irritated the whole time. I had blood test done and they found out that I still have mono in my system, so I'm having a hard time telling what symptoms are being caused by what. ... (5 replies)
... which in that time made my gums feel relieved..which leads me to believe even more that I have a gum infection. ... (5 replies)
... I think you should take ownership of some of these problems. You should have seeked professional help immediately when you noticed the infection. A big "bump" with pus coming out of it is an infection. That would have had to be cleared up before a dentist would have performed any work. I know this because I had a similar problem. My gum was extemely sore so I went to my... (32 replies)
... t to the oral surgeon the very same day and they took a look at it. Based off from what she saw she said that it looked like the area was not opened and that the gum was still attached to the teeth and that its healing quite well. ... (32 replies)
... I haven't ever experienced having gum surgery myself, so I'm not entirely sure what to advise. ... (32 replies)
... much smaller needle was made into the gum area. ... (32 replies)
... Years ago, I broke one of my top molar when I chew a hard object. This cracked the top surface of the tooth. About 2 year ago, my Columbia dentist repaired the crack by filling the crack. ... (2 replies)
... ee the periodontist just over a week ago, and straight away he said the pain was all down to clenching and grinding. I'm still not sure if that's brought on the gum disease somehow, or made it worse, or what. ... (7 replies)
... dental abcess is an infection with pus formation in the tissue. You haven't mentioned anything about your front tooth having a large or new filling or decay or gum recession or a history of recent trauma. Hard to say what's going on but, cold sensitivity that doesn't linger is a pulpitis which can be reversible. ... (9 replies)
Lump under gum
Jan 10, 2008
... I have a hard lump under my gum by a tooth I had some work done on. I went to my dentist and explained it's not painful and that its hard as a rock. She felt it and did a xray and she stated it's a abscess. ... (1 replies)
... much worse. Several MONTHS AGO I had that severe pain, then whole face swelling, did the antibiotics, then healed... or thought I did. Turns out I have a large hard protrusion along my gum line above the tooth in question. About onece or twice a week, I feel a 'blister' form where I assume something is draining. ... (0 replies)
... That's how mine started, as a small hard lump. But the bigger it gets you can bet it's going to start to hurt. Mine was there for more than a week before it got real painful. ... (15 replies)
... I'd hate to alarm you but it sounds like an abscess, or it could be a cyst. In any case, I'd get it checked out by a dentist soon. If it is an abscess, it could get very painful and you want to avoid that. Maybe someone else will have different ideas as to what could be causing this. Good luck! (15 replies)
... Hard to say what it may be since you excluded further identifying details. Are you a smoker? frequent alcohol drinker? In any event I strongly recommend you see your GP (or preferably a dentist, oral surgeon or an ENT doctor) and seek his/her opinion. Good luck. (3 replies)
... It is very hard in this case to give you an accurate diagnosis through the internet... still, it may be an abscess. On the other hand it can just be some gum irriration which is quite common and will probably resolve by itself with time. Or, possibly a gum disease which requires treatment, too. ... (15 replies)
... s. It is more common in children who bite fingernails and college students who eat popcorn. Basically, a piece of fingernail or the hull gets stuck between the gum and the tooth and causes an infection, which in rare cases leads to a fistula forming. I bite my nails and I eat popcorn. ... (2 replies)
... then every now and then it felt like some of the front ones were sort of in the wrong place, or uncomfortable, or loose. It's hard to describe. ... (5 replies)


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