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... You may just have a swollen or bruised gum and no infection at all. It also could be some type of other infection in a nearby area. I had a root canal on a tooth about 12 years ago and ever since then everytime I get a sinus infection the tooth begins to feel abcessed again. ... (3 replies)
... Just discovered I have both of these a couple months ago after noticing a lump in my gum. The cyst has been eating away at my jaw and has perforated it, I've had no pain, but will be getting surgery soon. ... (1 replies)
... Antibiotics alone will not get rid of your tooth abscess, it will just help to reduce the infection. You will need to have a root canal or the tooth extracted to complete the job. I suggest you see a dentist as soon as you can as it really isn't something you want to leave grumbling on. ... (6 replies)

... 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. My tooth could not chew tough food and I felt hurting at the root the tooth. ... (2 replies)
... If the lump is sore to pressure it probably is an abscess. If so, eventually it will find a way to the surface via a fistula and will drain itself. ... (3 replies)
... ray...I was really hurting... He said at first he may be able to do a root canal and save the tooth and the bridge attached to it. But... it ended up having to be pulled. When he pulled out the tooth his comment was "there is alot of abscess here". ... (6 replies)
... Just curious if anyone has any insight on my son's situation. Just yesterday he came to me and said his tooth hurt. I looked at the tooth and couldnt see anything obvious, other than that his first permanent molar is coming in, and I thought maybe it was just causing pressure. ... (1 replies)
... Thursday, October 19 I had my top right wisdom tooth removed. Extraction was perfect. Even after the Novocaine wore off, I had no pain at all. This tooth came out in one piece, only took about 5 minutes to do. ... (3 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. ... (1 replies)
... So I had a tooth abscess which I am scheduled to have a root canal in a couple months. I took antibiotics prescribed and the pain and swelling went away. ... (8 replies)
... to see what the pus and lump was about. ... (32 replies)
... Its been a few weeks since my last post and i just wanted to update. After weeks of waiting my approval has finally fell through. I am getting my tooth extractions on the 20th and hopefully this will resolve my problem. ... (32 replies)
... I recently found a lump on the top part of my gum as well. I've been having trouble with a tooth for a few months.....the lump is an abscess in my tooth. ... (5 replies)
... Sometimes, if the abscess is chronic and severe, it could drill your gum and create their own canal as the line for leaking the pus. My abscess was so chronic and it create a persistent pimples in the nearby gum. ... (1 replies)
... That bump on your gum is the abcess.....it will all go away on the 20th after the extraction. But, you should call your dentist and let him know before the extraction appointment because he may want to prescribe a stronger antibiotic beforehand...good luck:) (32 replies)
... Having an abscess can be serious. I just had one and I even visit a dentist often. Besides the tooth and gum pain I got physically ill. ... (3 replies)
... so called an emergency one, I had a root canal treatment and antibiotics. The pain has now gone finally but I have a lump on gum adajcent to the tooth which was done, its quite painful if I touch it. ... (1 replies)
... d antibiotics and either a root canal or an extraction. I'm so sorry your parents won't take you to a dentist. Three years is way too long to wait to have your tooth treated. Is there some way you can get some help through your school? ... (3 replies)
... Dear nikki, I am not a dentist and I encourage you to see one. But you should see one asap because it could be a.an abscess, b.an extra tooth or teeth trying to push through. ... (2 replies)
... I would worry about abscess (infection) in the root canaled tooth. It is a fixable issue but better be addressed ASAP to avoid spread of the infection. Visit your dentist for an exam and x-ray. (2 replies)


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