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Gums Swollen because of teeth growing?
Asked Sep 21, 2007, 09:41 PM
I have a teeth growing on top of another the next day I woke up My gums were swelling well at least the top part the back of my teeth I don't have bad breath but the gums the back of my teeth do bleed but not a lot. Is this just because I have a teeth growing on top of another and my teeth are trying to make room or is it a sign of gingivitis?
I tried to gargle warm salt water and it won't work and it burns too! It got worse and my gums are red and swollen. I can't eat because it hurts when I chew! I need help and my insurance doesn't come until next week. What else can I do!