It's been more than two months since the onset of the disease. At first, it's bulging on the gums, and then it slowly turns into a picture like this
There are still some redness and swelling on the gums. Considering the inflammatory hyperplasia caused by long-term inflammatory stimulation, this is generally a benign lesion. In addition, there is a central incisor in the picture, with dental caries at the root and another lateral incisor. Please go to the stomatology department of the local public hospital in time to take repair measures to avoid more and more serious dental caries and pulp disease.
Hello, according to what you said, this phenomenon should be periodontitis. Dental calculus belongs to the surface of the teeth, especially where the root side is close to the gum. Some dental calculus is black or grayish yellow, accompanied by the pain of red and swollen gums. It is recommended to go to the regular hospital where you are located for detailed examination and diagnosis. If this is the case, you'd better wash your teeth and do subgingival scaling, and pay attention to the local hygiene of the mouth at ordinary times, To brush your teeth in the morning and evening and rinse your mouth after meals, you generally need regular review.