Will it be okay after stopping tobacco & maintain good oral hygiene ?
dear Dr. I am 59 yrs male since last 3 months the cheek area adjoining wisdom tooth on left side and molar teeth developed white patch which caused pain during opening of mouth. now it has thickened a little.I have now less problem while opening my mouth.I used to eat pan masala with tobacco now...
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Bleeding gums even on maintaining good oral hygiene. Solution?
Yes i m having bad bleeding problems from my gums i also noticed that they are now clotting around the teeth well between them but are still bleeding it hasent been this bad i also noticed that the gums are looking as they are being ate off from my teeth i have been proper brushing and using...
Oral thrush is candida,fungal infection of the oral cavity,coating the oral mucosa and tongue,which needs anti-fungal mouth lotion to apply over the mucosa and tongue for 2 weeks and if needed oral anti-fungal medication ,usually occurs inpoororal hygiene and also in prolonged antibiotics usage.With adequate treatment and good oral hygiene,it may get cured in 2-3 weeks.
Ways to reduce bad breath please?
There could be 3 reasons for bad smell in mouth--
1.Dental caries or poor oral hygiene--dental doctor opinion , brush mouth 2 times a day. avoid smoking or alcohol
2. acid reflux from stomach ie acidity or heart burn , in addition constipation.-
3. Nasal disease- due to nasal discharge which trickles down there can be such smell
my wife is 7months pregnent now.recently from 2days she is spitting light blood after brushing in the morning.is it danger please suggest me.
Hi Mr. Ashok,
Your wife seems to be having gum problems most commonly gingivitis. I suggest you get in touch with a dentist who can examine her gums and treat her appropriately. I also suggest she uses a toothbrush with soft bristles which will reduce the gum bleeding. Good oral hygiene has to be maintained. Thanks.
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