... Super brief background: 23, male, non-smoker. I have pretty decent dental hygiene history, a few cavities filled, no root canals or anything like that. The last time I was in (three months ago), I was told that I'm at risk for gum disease, and have tried to shape up my brushing/flossing habits since then.
So I was feeling a slight irritation in the lower right quadrant of... (3 replies)
... Definetly go get an xray I had the same thing and it would pop and come back for a long time til one morning I woke up with the hole side of my face completely swollen, so bad that I had to go to the emergency room get an IV full of antibiotics, then had an incision and dranin for 2 days until the infection was clear!! the culprit of it was a root tip that was still there... (2 replies)
... If the bump pops, it is probably not a canker sore. It is more likely to be a fistula. A fistula is an outlet where infection (pus) can drain when the pressure from the infection has built up. Have you had an X-ray on the area? It could possibly be coming from the tooth in front of the extraction site. You should probably schedule an appointment and have it checked out by your... (2 replies)
... nly the lower left wisdom tooth was impacted sideways which required a more invasive procedure. Approximately one month after the extraction I discovered a small pimple in the "hinge" area of my gums directly above where the impacted tooth was. ... (2 replies)
... I just noticed a small pimple like bump on my lower gum. I mentioned it to my mom who doesn't seem to concerned since I just noticed it. She said to wait a few days and see what happens. ... (0 replies)
... a pimple on the gums= infection. It is an infection that is draining through your gums from the tooth. (3 replies)
... I had a similar problem not long ago when a tooth had to be pulled and the gum was operated on to release it. Right away I noticed a little pimple on the gum. ... (3 replies)
... It sounds like another infection in the gum. The antibiotics should resolve it, but if not, go back to your dentist. (3 replies)
... I had a pimple on my gum that had pus, I went to the Endodontis and he did surgery to get the infection out , that was in April 2009. ... (3 replies)
... I've just noticed while feeling around my lower gum a hard, white lump. ... (6 replies)
... Are you sure its a pimple? , is it hard ? - it could be a bit of the bone in your jaw protruding through the wound , or it could even be a bit/a chip of the wisdom tooth still left in your gum. (4 replies)
... eww, get that checked out, it's probably not a pimple (4 replies)
... pimple on gum where wisdom teeth removed (4 replies)
... Its final, the dentist will perform a root canal on my teeth soon, i have a gum pimple ( filled with pus ), how will he remove it? By accessing the nerves and strike it from inside using a root canal file or try to remove it from outside. Will it be painful and after this process is done, is it necessary to get a crown? (1 replies)
... well i have this lump, or pimple looking thing on my lower gum right in the front of my mouth right below my two front lower teeth. its red with a small white pimple. ... (2 replies)
... Help! In the back of my mouth around my furthest tooth the gum has swollen up. I can feel it moving around when I chew and it feels like it's swelling over the tooth. ... (1 replies)
... Yes you should go see your dentist. It starts out as a tiny bump or pimple. If left untreated it will get bigger and then pus will form. That's when the infection has set in. (4 replies)
... I guess I cant really explain my disease as well, but i can say that it's like a pimple inside my mouth just above my upper front teeth. When i press it, I feel pain but there's no bleeding. ... (4 replies)
... I'm not sure what you mean by gum blister. Is it a cold sore or more like a gum boil? ... (4 replies)
... In your post you don't really ask a question, so I don't know what answer you are hoping to find.
However, speaking from experience, an abscess will not go away on its own. It can stay stagnant for a long time, not bothering you, but when it does eventually flare up (and trust me, it will), you will be in pain.
Go to the dentist ASAP. My abscess was on the root, yours... (1 replies)