I don't know why, but after the tooth was filled, I started to be afraid of cold and heat, and after I brushed it with desensitizing toothpaste, it got better, but it hurts a bit when I press the gum of that tooth, and the gum will grow white bubbles, and it will break when I lightly touch it, and there is something white inside, so I am afraid to look at the tooth, so I would like to ask the doctor, what is the reason for this, and will it get better on its own?Thank you.(It's an incisor, so there's a white bag on it, and there's a bag on the gum position of the upper jaw tooth inside, which is a bag of pressure, slightly painful, like a swelling)
Hello, the situation you are describing is best to take a picture for me to see if it is convenient, it is impossible to determine the specific condition, only based on experience to make a little speculation
White bubbles on the gums, do not exclude the Achilles tendon pox caused by Achilles tendonitis, this situation may need to kill the nerve, well, it is best to take a photo to see, or whether you do a dental x-ray before filling together to pass, I diagnose a
Pustules on the gums always grow, consider that the patient should have caries phenomenon, mostly due to long-term caries caused by pulpitis, the patient may have painful symptoms, consider that the patient should use cephalosporin or metronidazole drugs for treatment, if necessary, go to the regular hospital for root canal treatment.