After you have oral surgery, a dental implant or an extraction, there is going to be some amount of swelling. Depending on your immune system, you can experience some swelling even after a root canal treatment, or a filling that is deeper.
The human body is an incredibly complex system, that currently seems like is beyond the scope of human understanding. While we understand the general laws and conditions which govern and affect the human body and many of the mechanisms that it uses to protect itself, we do not understand the minutia that can mean the difference between life and death, and we do not understand how things affect each other exactly.
“I come to you with a very serious problem. I am experiencing tiny little sores in my mouth, they are little raised red bumps which are painful and sore, and sometimes bleed a little. There are 3 or 4 of them on my gums, and they do not bother me much, but sometimes they can swell and be painful. Usually they do not hurt, but they sting a little when I use mouthwash. My problem is that I do not have healthcare and so I am turning to you for an at home remedy for these if possible, or at least a diagnosis. Thanks in advance, Michelle”
“Hi, I’m Susan and I don’t know if you can help me. I have gotten dental implants to replace my canines, and am having some issues. At first I thought my dental implants were too tight, and were causing an itching sort of sensation weeks after the implantation has occurred. I am a shy person, and did not contact my dentist,a s he is very loud and not pleasant, albeit a great medical professional. Anyway, the itch went away after a while, but pretty soon the implant felt a little bit loose. This was two years ago, and now the dental implant can move about. Is there any solution to this problem? I have ample jawbones, maybe it can be tightened or drilled deeper?”
Register for dental checkup!